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Can you create multi-page forms?

Thread began 8/17/2009 7:28 pm by nage60245075 | Last modified 10/29/2009 3:38 pm by nage60245075 | 8004 views | 7 replies

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Can you create multi-page forms?

Hello Ray,
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You said

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  You would use Form Builder to create each page of the form individually, specifying the action page as the next page in the form to be processed.

After creating all of the forms with form builder, then add a hidden form element for each field in the first page onto the second page of the form and set the values to come from the previous form. On the third page of the form add all the fields from the second page as hidden form elements as well as all of the fields from the first (really you have already added those to the second page).

By the last page of your form you have a single form with all of the values from your multiple page form and you can use it just like you would any single page form.  



I would like to be cleared from your quote above, after creating each page using CSS Form Builder, do I have to add hidden form element using Dreamweaver CS4 or CSS Form Builder? Considering that I have to use CSS Form builder, how do I do that and set the values of the hidden form? Can you break it down further?
Lastly, do I still need to create separate php processing scripts to process each form?
Thanks alot
Kebei

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