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Issues on Using the CSS Form Builder

Thread began 2/19/2010 6:34 pm by thepnup | Last modified 2/19/2010 9:25 pm by thepnup | 814 views | 1 replies


Issues on Using the CSS Form Builder

I finally got the hang of customizing the CSS Form Builder to match my Website and but when I want to post it on the page I get this error message:

"While executing onClick in WAFB_AddForm.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occured:

At line 3371 of file "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS4\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\FormBuilder\shared.js":MM.WA_createProcessingObject is not a function "

I thought at first this message only comes up when trying to use my custom form, I used the deafult one that comes with the builder and I still continue to get the error message. Does this mean that The CCS Formbuilder that I have on my computer is currupt? Is is something that can be fixed?

Another question that I have is that Should I only place the form only on a PHP page or can I do it on a HTML page.

I'm using Windows Vista, and Dreamweaver CS4 if this info helps anyone

I Attached a picture on the Message as well.

Hopefully someone will help me out

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