The <form> element can be used by client-side or server-side applications to read data entered by the user and write the results from the web applications.
action - to define the receiver of the form data. If the attribute is missing, the web page itself us consider to be the receiver. The possible values are - The url of the web application to process the data(www.rookienerd.com/css/stylesheet.css) - A valid email address to send the data via mailto protocol (eg: "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) - method to define the method used to send the form data. The possible values are
= GET - to attach data to the URL string using name/ value syntax (default setting) = POST - to send data to the server in a separate transaction.
- enctype - to define the method used to encode data before sending it to the server. - target - to define a new browser window in which the results will appear.