So now you have all of these cool
interface widgets with which you can collect user-defined input.
But what do you do with them?
Well, at the end of your HTML FORM, you
typically add a "SUBMIT BUTTON".
Submit buttons are easy to implement
and take care of themselves.
When the user clicks the submit button,
the browser will detect it and will put all the inputted data
from the interface widgets into a URL encoded string and send it
to the script specified in the FORM's ACTION attribute (again, we
will talk about the script tomorrow).
A submit button appears below:
The code to create it looks like the
<INPUT TYPE = "SUBMIT">