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HTML Forms: Exercise

html / forms

Estimated reading time: 23 seconds

At this point, you have all the information you require to make a form that asks for a user’s personal information. The form should include the following:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Street Address
  • City
  • Postal Code
  • Province
  • Phone Number
  • eMail Address
  • …and a submit button

Be aware of expected maxlength values for each field (if using HTML5, use the appropriate pattern for form elements). The form should be written to the standards we have discussed, but do not concern yourself with how the form appears in the browser. Obviously, the form should also .

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