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Multi Page Form Tut

Thread began 7/05/2013 11:42 am by SPT | Last modified 7/05/2013 11:57 am by Jason Byrnes | 790 views | 1 replies |


Multi Page Form Tut

Title says it all. :)

I have a veeeery long form to create. I think making it multiple pages might be the best option. I also would like to have it so the user can save and return to finish it later.
Multiple pages
Cookie memory
And validation

I am off to see if I can figure this all out myself but a tut might have helped.

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see this thread for the details of a basic multi page form:

this tutorial goes through adding validation to a form:

it uses the eCart checkout page which follows the same basic concept of a multi page checkout form.

with the checkout page, the checkout form post to the confirm page, then the confirm page reposts those values to the gateway. That's the same basic concept.

the original form post to another page -> That page validates the details, stores it to sessions and hidden elements. new elements are added, they then post to the next page. Rinse and repeat on the next page.

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