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Formatting form output

Thread began 2/01/2010 10:45 am by info72555 | Last modified 2/09/2010 10:11 pm by info72555 | 1809 views | 11 replies

info72555

Sorry to bug you again - you misunderstood my question...

I jumped the gun and responded to your proposed solution without trying it out.

When I create a form in CSS Form Builder, I need to assign names to the Fieldset Groups. When someone fills out the form, thie fieldset group name is then combined with the name of the field.

Let's say the Fieldset name specified in Form Builder is "Contact Information". The field in the form is called "First Name". I use the template provided in your Contact Solution to format the output. When I receive the form via email, the Fieldset Group name and the name of the Field name are now combined. Instead of showing: " First Name", it displays "Contact Information group First Name". What is the best way to remove the Fieldset Group name from the output? I have gone through the form and removed the Fieldset Group names but that resulted in links being broken and I could no longer edit the form in Form Builder. I hope this time you understand what I am trying to do.

The Search and Replace suggestion for the redundant "</html" that is added at the end of the form output (what is sent to me after someone fills out the form) does not yield any results. It only finds the proper tags so I assume it's a piece of code that creates this oddity. I cannot figure out where and how the "</html" is created and why it is being displayed.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Sorry for my inability to explain my challenges properly the first time.

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