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Modifying an Existing form

Thread began 3/14/2010 2:50 pm by woodenboat | Last modified 3/15/2010 11:39 am by woodenboat | 807 views | 2 replies |

woodenboat

Modifying an Existing form

I created a form using CSS Form Builder. I wish to add another field and remove a ValidationCheckbox which I did not want. So when I open the page containing the form in Dreamweaver, I put the cursor in the form, then go to the menu "Insert > WebAssist > CSS Form Builder > Insert Form" to modify the existing form. But when I do this the existing form elements do not display in the window, so I can't edit. I read through the document "Modifying an existing form with CSS Form Builder" and I think I'm doing everything correctly, so what might the problem be?

I just created another form, a simple contact form, saved the page, went back to the page to edit the form and no elements are displaying in the "Edit Form Contents" window.

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neilo

Hi woodenboat,

In the page that contains your form, if you hover over the form you should see a blue area indicating the form. (attached image 1).

When you click on this blue area you should see the button options in the properties panel/inspector (attached image 2) which allow you to edit the design and content of your form.

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woodenboat

ok, now I see.

thanks, I did not see this anywhere in the quick start guide.

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