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(hopefully) very easy question concerning forms

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Hello all,

I am trying to put one form across 2 table cells, is such a thing
possible? It's a small questionnaire that will go across 2 table
cells, so that when they are done, one click would email all the info
in both table cells. I have been messing around with it in Dreamweaver
but I seem to be getting some errors. I'm not sure where to put the
<formtags. I'm just looking to find out if such a thing is possible
without an extraordinary amount of code, so I'm not wasting my time
trying. Thanks in advance,

-Rich
Jan 14 '08 #1
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Thanks so much for the reply David,

It makes sense, just wasn't sure. I think with a small amount of
adjusting, I can put the whole form in one cell. Thanks again,

-Rich
Jan 14 '08 #2

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Ri******@gmail.com wrote:
It makes sense, just wasn't sure. I think with a small amount of
adjusting, I can put the whole form in one cell. Thanks again,
Or you can put the whole table inside the form, providing you want only
one form in the table. I do this all of the time, I should imagine that
most sites do; most forms are presented as tabular data, after all. The
rules you should follow are:

1. A form can contain any combination of tables
2. Any table can contain any combination of tables
3. A form cannot contain another form anywhere within it.

No doubt there are other rules that someone will castigate us with, but
I'm mainly concerned with what works, and not rules. I'll bet they don't
check their car's tyre pressures once a week, as directed in their
handbook. :-)

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Steve Swift
http://www.swiftys.org.uk/swifty.html
http://www.ringers.org.uk
Jan 15 '08 #3

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