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Ch 6: Forms & JavaScript

About This Chapter

This chapter on forms and JavaScript provides you with a resource you can use with your IT employees to ensure they understand these subjects. With easy-to-follow lessons and self-assessment quizzes, this chapter is self-paced and accessible on a round-the-clock basis.

Forms & JavaScript - Chapter Summary

We've combined short lessons and helpful quizzes in this corporate training chapter to make learning or reviewing JavaScript and forms a snap. Your teams will work through lessons on HTML forms and submission, and they'll explore the process of adding text fields, checkboxes and lists to HTML forms. Let your employees complete lessons from work or even at home for flexibility and a greater likelihood that they are reviewed.

How It Helps

  • Diversifies training applications: Our chapter covers a multitude of training needs, from onboarding to working with individual employees to leading a workshop on these concepts.
  • Promotes confidence: You'll feel better knowing all of your IT teams are able to complete their job duties with accuracy when they've been trained using this material.
  • Offers comprehensive information:When your employees review this chapter, they should fully understand how to validate forms using JavaScript.

Skills Covered

Our chapter provides you with a helpful way to ensure your employees can:

  • Provide an overview and examples of HTML forms and submission
  • Add text fields, radio buttons, lists and checkboxes to HTML forms
  • Understand how to add buttons, labels and hidden fields to forms
  • Send e-mail, upload files and group fields using HTML forms
  • Use JavaScript to return elements from HTML forms
  • Validate forms using JavaScript
  • Explain JavaScript form validation using regular expressions
  • Update HTML form elements
  • Create functional forms

6 Lessons in Chapter 6: Forms & JavaScript
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
HTML Forms & Submission: Overview & Example

1. HTML Forms & Submission: Overview & Example

In this lesson, you will learn about HTML forms. You will see how the form tag works as well as the action and method attributes for form submissions. You will see relevant examples explaining each.

Adding Text Fields for User Input to HTML Forms

2. Adding Text Fields for User Input to HTML Forms

In nearly every website out there, there is a designated space for users to type text into, whether it is their name, their e-mail address or the name of that dog breed they are looking for cute pictures of. In this lesson we will learn how to add text fields to an HTML form for user input.

Adding Radio Buttons, Checkboxes & Lists for User Input to HTML Forms

3. Adding Radio Buttons, Checkboxes & Lists for User Input to HTML Forms

In this lesson, you will learn to add radio buttons, checkboxes and dropdown lists to HTML forms. You will see relevant examples explaining each of these.

Adding Buttons, Labels & Hidden Fields to HTML Forms

4. Adding Buttons, Labels & Hidden Fields to HTML Forms

In this lesson, you will learn about buttons, labels and hidden fields in HTML forms and their respective attributes. You will see relevant examples explaining each of these.

Using JavaScript to Return Elements from HTML Forms

5. Using JavaScript to Return Elements from HTML Forms

In this lesson we'll explain how to use JavaScript to identify HTML form elements, as well as get the values the user enters and store them in variables.

Validating Forms Using JavaScript: Overview & Example

6. Validating Forms Using JavaScript: Overview & Example

In this lesson, the concept of form validation is explored, as well as how to use HTML and JavaScript to validate forms on the client-side. You will learn some useful terms and get see some examples as well!

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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