Simple HTML forms action

Hopefully a simple question here. If in HTML I have a form like this:

<form name="f_input" action="Test="+num target="TargetFrame" method="get">
Set Number: <input type="text" name="num" value="10">
<input type="submit" value="Submit">

When I click the button it goes (in the separate TargetFrame frame) to "Test=?num=10". I want it to go to "Test=10", how do I do that?


HTML forms do not provide that capability.

The closest you could get would be:



name="Test" value="10"

which would give you: /?Test=10

If you really want just Test=10 then you would have to use JavaScript to capture the submit event of the form and override the normal form behaviour. This adds a dependancy on JavaScript so is not a good idea. It would be better to modify the server side of the program to handle the standard form submission schemes.

document.querySelector('form').addEventListener("submit", customSubmission);

function customSubmission(evt) {
    document.frames.TargetFrame.src = "Test=" + encodeURIComponent(this.elements.num.value);

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