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Thread began 3/21/2013 11:09 am by gary917 | Last modified 3/21/2013 11:23 am by gary917 | 447 views | 1 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

this is because of the trigger used for the validation.

when you change the input from type="submit" to type ="image" you need to edit the server validation behavior to have the trigger code regenerated.

with the submit element type, there is a value attribute, so the trigger code will look like this:

if (isset($_POST["Appointment_submit"])) {

an image element though, does not include a value attribute, it cannot pass a value, it does pass x and y coordinates of where it was clicked though, so the trigger code for an image element would look like this:

if (isset($_POST["Appointment_submit_x"])) {

if you change the submit element type, you will need to edit the server validation behavior to have the code regenerated.

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