A form with method="get" How to interact with the user, with the Request. A form with method="post" How to interact with the user, with the Request. A form with radio buttons How to interact with the user, through radio buttons, with the Request. Information sent from a form with the GET method is visible to everyone (it will be displayed in the browser's address bar) and has limits on the amount of information to send. Form command is used to collect values in a form with method="post". Query String command is used to collect values in a form with method="get".Information sent from a form with the POST method is invisible to others and has no limits on the amount of information to send.User input should be validated on the browser whenever possible (by client scripts).Browser validation is faster and reduces the server load.You should consider server validation if the user input will be inserted into a database.A good way to validate a form on the server is to post the form to itself, instead of jumping to a different page.The user will then get the error messages on the same page as the form.
So, just for you, we have created a quick, handy, up-to-date list of "must-haves" for all project managers—aspiring, novices and experienced alike.
Pin it to your cork board, hang it on the fridge and send it to your colleagues.
Either way, use it as both a reference and reminder of how you can be on your project management "A-game." The ability to communicate comfortably with people at all levels of the organization about the project is almost always named as one of the top-tier skills by project managers and team members; however, it is important to tailor your message to the audience to ensure the right level of communication. One may need details while another prefers a brief overview.
If someone wants to discuss her daughter's preschool graduation before discussing any business, pay attention.
You might even note it and ask her later if her daughter is enjoying kindergarten. A project manager can be skilled at putting the project together, but may fail in presenting the information to stakeholdersin an understandable and engaging format; therefore, project managers need effective presentation skills—both formal and informal — to gain the positive engagement of ALL the people impacted by their project.