Form Handler Forms come in all shapes and sizes, and you have a handful of options for arranging and formatting your form. Here's an example of the HTML for a form that uses the form handler:There are two things that need to be in every form you use with the form handler, plus two more optional items, all of which you can see in the example above: The form's ACTION needs to point to either "/bin/script_library/form_handler_file" or "/bin/script_library/form_handler_mail". The first will save the form data in a file, named in the same way as the form, but with a .txt on the end (so if your form page is named 'mypage.html', the data will be saved in 'mypage.html.txt'). The second will email you the data instead, sending it to the address you gave Tripod when you signed up. You need a hidden input, named "end_display", which has as its value the name of the page that we should go to after the form gets submitted. You can use a hidden input named "required" to list any inputs that you want to make sure that the user fills out. If a required field doesn't get filled in, the user will get an error telling him or her to try again. Lastly, you can use a hidden input named "order" to specify the order in which you want data from the form to be displayed. Otherwise, it will be displayed in a random order. Other than these requirements, you can put whatever inputs you want into the form - they'll all get saved, either as a file or sent to you as email, depending on which ACTION you chose for your form.