As we’ve seen in other articles in this series, XHTML offers a lot of advantages over HTML. It’s stricter, cleaner, more robust, and extensible. However, some modern browsers such as Internet Explorer don’t understand XHTML; they only understand HTML 4. Fortunately, the two languages are very similar and, by bearing a few guidelines in mind, you can write valid XHTML documents that can be processed correctly by HTML 4 browsers.
HTML Form Buttons
As well as fields such as text fields, checkboxes and
select menus, an HTML form can contain different types of buttons. Form buttons allow the user to submit the filled-in form to the server for processing. Your form will generally contain at least one form submit button so that the form can be sent.