Well, the easiest way would be to use server-side scripting (anyway in most cases a form needs to be passed to the server for further processing) by sending the form fields via GET or POST methods. I'll provide a example using PHP:
If you're limited to client-side processing only, then 2 option you have include:
1) using cookies to store the form data
2) pass the form data as query string to another html page.
You would then need to extract the invidual parameters from the query string in the second html page.
Maybe use this as a guide to extract the parameters from the query string.
var formData = location.search; formData = formData.substring(1, formData.length);
guys, i really appreciate your help but its seems that the code you have given is way to advance. I'm not using php, just html. do you have any other examples or explanation that a newbie like me would understand?