This page will display minimal detail about items in your database.  For example, if you are storing an address list, you would display a list of the names of the people in the database.

The page may be done either as a form or with hyperlinks.

As a form, you would include a radio button next to each item in the list.  The user would click on one of the radio buttons, then click on a submit button.  The name of all radio buttons would be the same, but the value for each would be the UniqueID for the item.

With hyperlinks, the href would have appended to it the UniqueID for the item onto the query string.

Take a look at the source for the View List example page.  
Notice that the radio buttons have the same name, but different values.  The value is the AddressID for the specific address.
Notice that the hyperlinks have a name/value pair appended.

For your homework, you will only need to create a table with a header row and one row with dummy data code into the table data cells so that we can know what it will look like.  You will want to make sure that any form field names match the field names in the table of the database.  This will make coding and maintenance much easier.

We will take care of the code that actually retrieves the data in a later lecture.