'Defaultify' lets you populate any HTML form with default values that you specify-- it parses the HTML to find the tags representing form fields, and alters those tags so that the desired initial values will be set. It's useful for letting a user correct input errors, presenting a form to edit an existing database record (or user account information), maintaining a query form from one results page to the next, etc. HTML::Defaultify lets you completely separate the HTML from the program code, which means a non-technical designer can work on the HTML while a programmer works on the code. Also, it uses existing HTML, so you needn't rewrite old pages in a new format.
released on 17 June 2002
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|Perl||Janet Casey||17 June 2002|
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|Weak prerequisite||HTML_Entities (runs much better with this module installed when attribute values contain character entity references other than the four most common (<, >, &, and ")|
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