You can make use of form providers and services such as Google Docs, JotForm and FormSite to create an online submission form. Alternatively, you can build a submission form from scratch by using the form tag in HTML.
Form providers allow users to create an online submission form without prior knowledge of Web programming. These providers offer intuitive tools, drag-and-drop form elements and ready-to-use templates, allowing any user to build a complex submission form in a short amount of time. Example forms that users can make include surveys, contact forms and registration forms. Some form providers offer their services for free, but they typically limit the uses of their forms. These limitations include a monthly quota on the number of submissions and lack of security, encryption and reports.
If you are adept in programming, you can build an HTML code for an online submission form. The code typically consists of the form tag elements, including buttons and text boxes, and the means of sending the input data to a server. You can further customize the form by using attributes of the form tag. Building an online submission form through HTML typically gives you more flexibility and freedom in the design and behavior of the form.