The form tools will now appear: You can split the code view and the design view into two or work entirely in design view.Now drag a form onto the design view and you will see some code being displayed in the code view.
In case you do not see them, go to Window then Insert.
In the toolbox that appears, click on the dropdown named “Common” then select the Form option.
For your time option the single t is used when you want to indicate morning as a or afternoon and evening as p, if you choose "tt" you should indicate morning as am and afternoon and evening as pm.
Phone numbers can be custom patterned in the pattern field if you don't want the other options.
On the back-end, we will create a simple PHP script which will email the form submissions and also validate the input on the server side.
Validation on the server side is necessary in case the user had disabled Java Script on their browser.
We will create a new HTML file “form.html” which will be our form page. This can either be done using code or using the buttons below the menu bar.
For this demonstration, we will do it the easy way and use the buttons.
Before we begin, I would like to get you up to speed with the general working of a form.
The form is composed of a front-end and a back-end.
You may be familiar with creating web pages in Dreamweaver.