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Inserting a calendar control or date picker into a custom form by editing

Thread began 8/27/2010 3:07 pm by webassist.com321709 | Last modified 8/27/2010 5:45 pm by anonymous | 3758 views | 3 replies |

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Inserting a calendar control or date picker into a custom form by editing

Inserting a calendar control or date picker into a custom form by editing

I read that "You can edit the form and then edit the group or add a group where you want the date picker. Then edit that group and change the form element type to date picker."

Can you give more detailed instruction as to how this can be accomplished using WebAssist?
Is there a wizard that can help?

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anonymous

With each element - whether you add a new element to the form or want to modify an existing one, you can simply select from a drop down box if inside the extension if you want your element to be, say, a text input, textarea, date picker, captcha, file field, etc. just to name a few.

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How to do this with Dreamweaver?

I am using Dreamweaver and php and WebAssist. I do not completely understand your answer. So I just change the form element type from "text" (for example) to "date picker"? What else do I need to do? Does Web Assist have a server behavior for this?

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anonymous

You would change it in the CSS Form Builder wizard. When you initiate Form Builder - either though insert a new CSS Form or you are editing an existing form, you will see the CSS Form Builder dialog box pop up above Dreamweaver.

In the dialog box, you have the option to edit the elements in a form or to edit the style (look and feel). You want to edit the elements so you can select which element to modify.

Check out the getting started guide here: css-form-builder/

You will see a PDF for CSS Form Builder under "Getting Started".

In that PDF, there is a page marked "Modify individual form elements."

That will tell you how to get to each element to modify.

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