This might be simpler that I am showing below but the idea is to allow a user to complete a URL link and go there.
My best arrangement only works insofar as it doesn't crash.
A lot of the info below could even be deleted and it still 'works' to get to oracle but nothing i have tried can take the input from the user and add it to the href statement.
Any info appreciated even if it means using a completely alternative method as long as it Looks and works as intended. (and is short
<form name ="gotourl" action=" " method="post"
<p> Enter Final Word Here -
<input type="text" name="fword"
<a href="https://www.oracle.com/"fword>”CLICK to go”</a>
Example would be if you want to go to:https://www.oracle.com/sun
But you only wanted the use to enter the word "sun" in the box displayed Typing it in the box and clicking the work "click to go" just goes to oracle.com and the "sun" subdirectory does not get added.
Something like this would probably be proper using a lot of PHP but I was hoping for a simpler HTML version to add an input to a line of code and go there.
Since I admittedly don't how to do it, there may well be one