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CSS Form Building Error when editing existing form

Thread began 12/20/2009 6:30 am by info283152 | Last modified 1/09/2010 1:49 pm by info283152 | 2542 views | 15 replies

Thomas Hill

Almost solved but not quite


Thanks for the great advice so far, however I think I may have almost solved this but not completely.

1. I took a look at the code in my results page and I had forgotten that I had added the following line of code to make the date result appear in a UK format
<?php echo date ('d/m/Y', strtotime($row_WADAusers['wedding_date'])); ?>

I therefore changed this back to the original page created by Data Assist and ran the process again without the Javascript issue.

2. I then tried previewing the pages but I was still getting the same error results with regards to the headers etc. So I then took your advice to check what date formatting I was applying when using form builder. I have started by going back into Form Builder by clicking on Edit Contents and changing the format type from Date with the format dd/mm/yyyy to selecting None. And this time there are no page errors

However, regardless of what is typed in the form field results in the most recent database entry being displayed.

I am now even more confused.

Some more help would be appreciated.

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