Chapter 11: Web FormsTRUE/FALSE1.Forms collect and process data.
PTS:1REF:4822.Forms rarely contain basic HTML formatting tags such as <p> and <br/>.
PTS:1REF:4823.CGI can only collect data sent by a user, it cannot return a response back.
PTS:1REF:4834.The <form> element creates a complete form.
PTS:1REF:4845.Every form needs a submit button.
PTS:1REF:4866.When radio buttons area grouped with the name attribute, many values can be selected to be “on.”
PTS:1REF:4907.When using a custom image with a submit button, you should not include an alt attribute.
PTS:1REF:4928.When using a password input type object, the entered text is hidden by asterisks.
PTS:1REF:4949.When the label attribute is used with a set of list options, the labels are always bold italic.
PTS:1REF:496-49710.Creating input groupings helps to make your forms more readable and increase their accessibility to al-ternate browsers.
PTS:1REF:498MULTIPLE CHOICE1.____ are the basis for online commerce.