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Forms: Interactivity for the World Wide Web by Malcolm GuthrieAdobe Press, March 1998.
Trade Paperback, 700 pages.
Forms are the primary method for collecting information on websites. This book, which provides information on web forms in various formats, including HTML and PDF, teaches the reader how to effectively use, set up and administrate web forms. The book is separated into three sections. The first section explains the technical concepts behind web forms. The second section provides full-color screen shot examples of web forms, and the final section details the step-by-step process used to create each of the forms displayed in section two. A companion website is also available that contains current information, visual samples and additional appendices.
This resource is a complete guide to creating effective PDF forms for your website. Recommended for web developers seeking to develop complex forms and for those interested in using PDF forms.
HTML Artistry: More than Code by Ardith Ibanez, Natalie ZeeNew Riders, May 1998.
Trade Paperback, 286 pages.
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