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Thread began 11/10/2009 1:27 am by philip229496 | Last modified 11/10/2009 5:16 pm by philip229496 | 2197 views | 3 replies

philip229496

Please check my live page

Hi,

Thanks for the thoughts, but can you have a look at the code on the actual live page please? I have unique labels and variables for each form so the spry validation should be applying to each form independently... I do have the spry var code at the bottom of EACH div (after the labels are declared) rather than at the bottom of the entire page... could that cause a problem?

I also have not altered your "1" "2" "3" "4" "5" "6" "7" parameters for each form.... What are they for? Are they merely pointers to the form fields location for cursor placement on return of error? If so are they happy to be declared for each individual form on the one page or does your code simply count through the total number of fields on the PAGE rather than the FORM?

Any insight you can provide in solving this will be appreciated.

Thanks.

Philip

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