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Thread began 12/07/2009 12:20 am by B Tonkin | Last modified 12/08/2009 7:06 pm by B Tonkin | 828 views | 3 replies

B Tonkin

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I'm using PowerStore 2 (on a Mac using Dreamweaver 3) to run a wine store. Part of the agreement with the local liquor licensing organisation is that we have to have a compulsory Terms & Conditions Agreement checkbox.

I figure I need to use CSS Form Builder (which I own) to add a client / server validation to check that it's checked. I've attempted to use the "Modifying an existing form with CSS Form Builder" PDF (modifying_custom_form.pdf) to add this validation, but it doesn't make sense to remove all validations and then add them all back again.

Setting up the checkbox was easy enough ...

<input name="tcagree" type="checkbox" id="tcagree" value="1" />

... but it seems as though to get it validated as being required is a rather large amount of work for what it is. Have I misunderstood the process or is there a simpler way?

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