You fill out forms to get your driver’s license, apply for a job; even to get married.A simple definition of a form would be some method for extracting information on a particular subject.The information is collected by another person, and along with other forms, compiled (by hand) into a final readable product.Not very efficient; however, that’s the way it was done, many long years ago.Since the Internet is a shared, public resource, security is naturally a very important part of the system.


it’s how you collect that information that makes all the difference.

For example, you might design your form on paper, and the person filling out the form is required to write the information down with a pen or pencil.

Today forms are filled out on a computer screen; the data is validated and compiled into a readable final product, along with relevant statistics and averages.

What I’m describing is creating electronic forms, designed, implemented, and finished, all with the help of Adobe Dreamweaver.

For example, to fill out a job application form, you would have to enter your pertinent information on who you are (name, address), recent jobs, why you’re experienced enough to apply for the job, and government stuff, like your social security number.

An even simpler definition would be to say that forms collect information...



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