This document describes the use of forms in lynx. If you are using Netscape or Internet Explorer or some other browser, use the help function in that browser to learn how to use forms.
A form is a means for you to communicate information to the system beyond simply viewing documents. There are several different elements that you will encounter in a form. These include:
It is important to understand that a form does absolutely nothing until you explicitly Submit it (see below).
Most forms will start with a horizontal line as a visual cue. Below, you will find several elements in a practice form. Use your down arrow to go to the first element.