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How to use target attribute in an HTML form

HTML forms have a lot of moving parts, and one such part is the “target” attribute. At a high level, the “target” attribute in HTML forms allows us to specify where we want the output or response of the form to be displayed. It may sound like a small detail, but it can have a big impact on user experience. The “target” Attribute The “target” attribute in an HTML form specifies where to display the response that is received after submitting the form.

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