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using client side cookies in a siteassist page

Thread began 5/09/2009 2:30 pm by paul377172 | Last modified 5/11/2009 8:04 am by Ray Borduin | 2286 views | 1 replies |


using client side cookies in a siteassist page

Hi I have followed your instructions to add cookies to a form but when I get to the bit where i add behavior "set form element from cookie" to the body tag so I get the onload event, of course I cant because the bodytag is greyed out, and as I can't make the body tag an editable region in the template, I dont know how to do this. So please can anyone tell me of there is a way of doing this? Thanks.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Highlight something that you can an apply it there.... then manually copy and paste to move the code to a script block in the bottom-most editable region.

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