|A web form isn’t very useful to anyone without a submit button. In fact, without this button, your web form will just sit there on your webpage and cannot send the information it has collected to the processing program.|
You will use the input tag to create a submit button. You can also use the input tag to create a reset button (which when clicked will reset all the input fields to their defaults).
As you can see, there are two attributes that control the web button. Also there is no closing input tag.
The Type Attribute
The type attribute tells the web browser to display a button within the form on the webpage. It will be the default gray, slightly 3D button. In the example, the first input tag tells the browser to display the submit button and the second input tag displays the reset button. When clicked these two buttons behave differently. The submit button will send the data to the CGI program and the reset button will clear the form back to its default condition.
The Value Attribute
The value attribute tells the web browser what text to display on the top of the button. Whatever is between the quotation marks on the right side of the equal sign will be displayed. In the example, the first input tag sets the label on the button to "Send" and the second input tag sets the label of the other button to "Reset".