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Preformatting an HTML Web Page Form

You can preformat your web page forms so that they will display properly within your web page.

The FORM tag is used to set up input forms on your web site. To properly align your forms, instead of using a table, use the <PRE> tag for the same results. Your form will be displayed exactly as you format it within your HTML.

By preformatting your forms, not only will it save you some time, but it will also cut down on your HTML code and speed up your website's load time.

Name: <input type="text">
Email:  <imput type="text">

Although the <PRE> tag is great for preformatting your forms, you can also use it with your text and other HTML codes.

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