The goal is to teach you some basic HTML form elements and how their data is accessible to you in your PHP scripts.The form you’ll create contains a number of inputs: text fields, radio buttons, a multiple-option select list, a checkbox, and a submit button.All numbers will at least be in the format (nnn) nnn-nnnn.
In this article you have learned how to create a simple HTML form and validate it with PHP.
Along the way a number of techniques have been used to re-display user input and display error messages.
Next determine whether the form has been submitted by checking how the page was requested.
If the form has just been requested, then the is outputted as part of the element’s HTML. It is actually a better idea to restructure the code as a loop than to blindly add code to check each option manually.
These inputs will be validated to ensure, for example, that the user has entered their name. This is because collectively the radio buttons should be treated as a group (the user should select either 0, or 1, or 2, etc.). Its value is presented as its label, and clicking on it will trigger the form submission.