Review class websites (everyone should have something up there to show they know how to do it)
A form is enclosed in <form>.....</form> tags with <input>....</input> tags within. It's just standard html language. For a review of the tags that can be part of a form, see the Form Tags Review page.
Form Example (on nas.com)
Other articles on CSS and Forms
Meta tags Review
Commonly used to create "friendly"or "short-cut" urls for newsletters or other print mediums, the meta tag allows you to create a folder at the root of a large site that redirects to a location buried inside a lower folder. For example at wwu we created a "short-cut" url to our lab schedule page. Instead of typing:
the user simply has to remember
and they are redirected to the physical location. We use this method for any of our web pages referred to within a printed document. (online docs don't matter because the presumption is that someone will simply click the link, not try to re-type it).
To do this we created a folder called labschedule in our root directory. Inside that folder we created a simple html document with this line in the header (the body is empty since it never displays):