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Instructions and Help about Which 8850 Form Submitting

Hey YouTube, how's it going? It's Quinton here and welcome to tutorial number 27. In this tutorial, I want to speak to you guys about forms in JavaScript. If you guys don't know what forms are, I explained it in my previous series. I have a couple of videos on forms and all the elements that we can put inside of a form. If you don't know what that is, then go back and watch that series and you'll be good to go. But if you do know what forms are, then this is what we're going to be making in this tutorial. We've got this program here that asks for your name. When you type it in and click done, it writes "Welcome [your name]" onto the screen. Whatever you type in here is what gets printed out here. So, let's take a look at how to do that. Now, the first thing we need to do is obviously put in all of those elements that you see here. I'm going to move over this quite quickly, but we're going to start off with a paragraph. I'm actually going to leave it empty, but I'm going to give it an ID of "welcome". This is the paragraph that eventually shows your name. So, this is the paragraph over here, but as you can see, when we start the program, it's empty. That's what we're going to do now. That's just our empty paragraph. After that, I have a form with two input elements and just some plain text that says "What is your name?". After that, we have our input element with type "text" and an ID of "name". We also add a break tag. Then, we put in another input element with type "button" and a value of "done". I...