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can I use this in an include?

Thread began 7/15/2010 6:15 pm by akstudio | Last modified 7/16/2010 10:54 am by Jason Byrnes | 992 views | 1 replies |

akstudio

can I use this in an include?

Has anyone tried this?

I want to have a small search form, top right, of the website. Easy way would be to use an include file, and i guess i could add in the generated code as another include.

Following along with the pdf, I get to this:

Add form data
1. Open your results page.

2. From Bindings panel, choose Add (+) > Form Data. To display the Bindings panel choose Window > Bindings.

3. Click Browse and navigate to the page that contains the search form.

Would I (in #3) browse to the include file of the form, or the generated data include file?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, you could add the search form to an include file.

make sure the only code in the include file is the search form.

When using the form data binding, select the include file that contains the search form.

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