HTML forms are a crucial element for any website that needs to collect information from its users. Forms allow you to gather input from users, such as their name, email address, or phone number, and use that information to perform actions, such as signing them up for a newsletter or processing an order.

To create a form in HTML, you will need to use the

element. This element defines the start and end of the form, and contains all of the form’s input fields and buttons.

Inside the

element, you can add various types of input fields, such as text boxes, checkboxes, and radio buttons, using the appropriate HTML elements. For example, to create a text input field for the user’s name, you would use the element.

Here’s an example of a simple HTML form that includes a text input field for the user’s name and an email input field for their email address, as well as a submit button: