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Attribute of
HTML Form Code For Beginners (And When To Use It)
What does <form target=""> do?
Specifies the browser context in which the form's response should be displayed.

Values of the target Attribute

Value NameNotes
_selfOpens the form response in the current browser context. (This is the default behavior.)
_blankOpens the form response in a new browser tab or window.

All attributes of form Element

Attribute nameValuesNotes
Specifies the browser context in which the form’s response should be displayed.
actionSpecifies a URL to which the form’s data is sent when submitted.
Tells the browser how to send form data to a web server.
onSubmitRuns a script when the Submit button is clicked.
onResetRuns a script when the Reset button is clicked.
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