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Ingo U
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U ONLY! 1. Create a HTML document named thomasjewelry.html.

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FOR INGO U ONLY!
1. Create a HTML document named thomasjewelry.html.
Note: Your form action statement should be as follows:
Substitute your assigned username in the URL for
username.
2. The HTML form should include the following:
• Five radio button options having the
following values:
➢ Diamond Bracelet
➢ Tennis Bracelet
➢ Diamond Earrings
➢ Pearl Earrings
➢ Onyx Ring
• A Submit button
• A Reset button
3. Create a CGI script named script1.cgi. The shebang line
for the Unix server you will using is
#!/usr/bin/perl
The CGI script should contain a form the allows the user
to enter his or her
• Name
• Street address
• City
• State
• ZIP code
The form should also include a Submit button. In
addition, remember to include a hidden field to carry
the information collected from the HTML document
form onto script2.
Note that you’ll need to include an array and a scalar
variable for the radio group values. The form action for
this form is as follows:
Substitute your assigned username in the URL for
username.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Programming
Expert:  Ingo U replied 10 months ago.

Aha! Got it.

One thing in the code I provided - I made the links relative to the starting folder (in the ACTION tag of the FORM),

you may have to put in the full "http:..." URL for it to work on your server. (including your ~<username> part)...

Customer: replied 10 months ago.

What's the best way to do that? Cause I submitted the exam already to the school as the zip you sent me. Worse case they will have me re submit it after they grade it. If it's incomplete then I'll have to adjust it. What should I do. Can you message me the details of you can?

Expert:  Ingo U replied 10 months ago.

Oh, I appreciate the confidence - I would have thought you'd try it once...always a good idea, I can make mistakes too...

Well chances are it'll work as is, because it did work on my system. It's just that their server may be set up differently security-wise and doesn't allow relative URLs somehow.

Let's see if it becomes a problem and then deal with it if it does.