In this chapter, we continued our journey into building web pages by exploring web forms. We first studied the most common form-based HTML elements, including inputs, select boxes, textareas, and buttons. We then looked at the most common styling methods for styling forms. To put this new knowledge into practice, we then built different forms.
We took some time to understand when you should use checkboxes and when to use radio buttons. We also spent some time looking at how you can add validation styles for web forms.
In the next chapter of this book, we will learn how to take our web pages to the next level. We will learn how to make our web pages even more appealing by creating and adding themes to our web pages.