This is a radio button
This is a check box
This is a drop-down box (only ONE choice is allowed)
This drop-down box allows multiple selections (press shift each time you make a selection).
<FORM METHOD=POST ACTION="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">
METHOD=POST means that the results will be e-mailed, and ACTION="" gives the appropriate e-mail address.
<INPUT NAME="small_box" TYPE="TEXT" VALUE="This is a small box " SIZE="50">
The INPUT NAME is up to you. It will appear in the form which is e-mailed to you, so you should make it appropriate to the text which will appear in it. For instance, if it will contain someone's e-mail address, you should have INPUT NAME="email" or something to that effect. The VALUE is the text which will appear inside the box. The size is up to you .. just experiment with it!
<TEXTAREA NAME="large_box" VALUE="this can be left blank">This is where you put the text which you wish to appear inside the box</TEXT AREA>
Again, the NAME will appear on the e-mail you receive. The only difference between this large box and the small box is that the visible text appears between the > and the <
<INPUT NAME="radio_button" TYPE="RADIO">This text will appear AFTER the radio button
You can change the name tag and the text which appears after it. Use as many as you wish.
<INPUT NAME="check_box" TYPE="CHECKBOX"> This is where your following text goes
As usual, the name can be whatever you want it to be.
<SELECT NAME="drop_down" SIZE=1>
<OPTION> Choice 1
<OPTION> Choice 2
<OPTION> Choice 3
<OPTION> Choice 4
<OPTION> Choice 5
<OPTION> Choice 6
Change the name as appropriate. The SIZE= commands specifies how many of your options can be seen. Add as many options as you wish. You can allow multiple selections by changing SELECT NAME to SELECT MULTIPLE NAME
<INPUT NAME="Submit" TYPE="SUBMIT" VALUE="Send it away!"><INPUT NAME="reset" TYPE="RESET" VALUE="Start again!">
Change only the VALUE of each to whatever you want.