Store data from my form using HTML

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Data storage
HTML
Is there a way I can store data from my form using HTML?
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LocalStorage has a setItem method. You can use it like this:

var inputEmail= document.getElementById("email");
localStorage.setItem("email", inputEmail.value);

When you want to get the value, you can do the following:

var storedValue = localStorage.getItem("email");

It is also possible to store the values on button click, like so:

<button onclick="store()" type="button">StoreEmail</button>

<script  type="text/javascript">
  function store(){
     var inputEmail= document.getElementById("email");
     localStorage.setItem("email", inputEmail.value);
    }
</script>

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Did you mean store data in client side rather than server-side. It is possible,but you have to use html5 localstorage which can help you in this regard.
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