If you want to gather data or feedback from your website's visitors, create a questionnaire using hypertext markup language (HTML). Your questionnaire can contain a variety of input methods, from radio buttons to checkboxes to drop-down lists. After your user has filled out the questionnaire, receive his answers in your email's inbox.
Open the HTML document in which you would like to feature your questionnaire in Notepad, your web host's built-in HTML editor, or your HTML editor of choice. If you are starting a fresh web page, create a new TXT document, then insert the basic tags:
The form tags you create will go between the opening and closingtags. When you complete your questionnaire, save the document as either HTM or HTML, then open it in any web browser to preview your work.
Insert the. All of your questions and tags will go between these two tags. Each tag should contain a "name" attribute, such as . So that the answers to your questionnaire are forwarded to your email address, your
Use the tag to create a one-line input field into which users can type their answers. For example, if you want to ask who referred the user to your website, your code will look like this:
Use the tag to create radio buttons. With radio buttons, the user can only select one option. Each input in your radio button set should have the same name, but unique value attributes. For example, to ask if visitors enjoyed your website, use this:
The tag creates a line break on your webpage, since HTML by itself doesn't recognize white space.
Use the tag to create checkboxes. Unlike radio buttons, the user can select multiple checkboxes in a set. Just like radio buttons, each option in the set should share the same name but have unique values. For example, to ask the visitor to suggest features for your website:
Use the tags to create a drop-down selection list from which the user can choose only one option. For each option in your list, create a separate set between the opening and closing
Since the "colors" option features the selected attribute, it will be the default selection.
Use the tag to create a submit button. When the user clicks this button, the information he entered will be forwarded to you, depending on the retrieval method you specified in the opening