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Form objects are used to store information about a FORM data entry
2. A cons pair of (METHOD . URL), where METHOD specifies what method
to use to retrieve the form when it is submitted (ie: `GET') and
URL is a fully specified URL pointing at where to submit the FORM
3. The type of input area this is. (ie: `CHECKBOX' or `RADIO')
4. The name of the input tag. This is used when sending the form to
the server, so that the server can tell what data is what.
5. The default value of the input area. Gotten from the INPUT tag at
6. The current value of the input area.
7. Whether the item is checked or not. Only used for RADIO or
8. The size (in characters) of the input area. Not used for CHECKBOX,
RADIO, or TEXTAREA input areas.
9. The maximum length of the input. Only used for TEXT or PASSWORD
10. The form that this input area belongs to. Each form in the same
buffer has a unique identifier assigned when the document is
parsed. It is used when the form is submitted to get only the
data for the correct form.
11. A list of strings that represent the choices for this input area.
Only used for SELECT tags.
A new development in the World Wide Web is the concept of collapsible
areas of text. If a zone controls one of these regions, it will be
marked with the w3expandlist property. The format of this structure is:
2. A marker representing the start of the hidden text as a buffer
3. A marker representing the end of the hidden text as a buffer
A zone with the w3graphic property is a link to an inlined image's
2. The full URL of the inlined image. This is only ever returned if
the inlined image is the only extent under point, or
`w3-follow-inlined-image' is invoked.
A zone with the w3 property is a full-fledged hypertext link to
2. The ID attribute of this link. Used for resolving references to
specific points within a document (ie: `file.html#sectionA'.
3. The HREF attribute of this link. This is a fully specified URL
pointing at a network resource. All relative directory references
should have been removed before being stored in this structure.
4. The text between the <A> and </A> tags. This is used to build
menus or to get the text of a link without doing a
5. The URN attribute of this link. Currently not used for anything,
waiting for the URN specification to be hammered out.
6. The REL attribute of this link. Specifies the links relevance to
the current document.
7. The REV attribute of this link. Specifies the current documents
relevance to the link.
8. The METHODS attribute, which tells what methods can be used on this
link. (ie: `GET, HEAD, PUT'.
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