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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 | 1805 views | 11 replies

info72555

Did I still not explain my question correctly??

I am sorry for asking - but did you read my inquiry completely??
I have tried to explain it the best I could...

I KNOW I can remove the fieldset names manually. My question is whether there is a simple way to do it because it needs to be done for every form I create in Form Builder. As far as I know, Form Builder will re-create the fieldset names every time I edit the form. Correct? So I will have to delete the fieldset names every time I make a small change. Since fieldset names are only meant to help organize elements in the form, I am hoping there is a simple way to clean up the forms after they have been created. Is there a piece of code I can use to automatically remove fieldset names from being displayed in the output?

I cannot find the piece of code that adds the "</html" at the end of every form. The odd thing is that if I send the form output to my Hotmail address, the "</html" does not display...

The output is attached as "FormOutput" Jpeg.
The "Form.zip" contains "WA_Globals", "WA_Universal_Email" (including template). The form itself is located in the "External" folder.
Here is the link: RequestQuote.php

Is there anything else you need clarification on? I am in a real dilemma because I do not understand the coding and I have a client who wants the forms to work without the "</html" glitch.

Thanks

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Form.zip

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