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Thread: Form question

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    Form question

    I created a form with some text fields for name, adress, email and url.
    How can I get the confirm email field to check if the content of the email field matches it?

    How do I get the text that says what to fill in the text field nicely alligned on the left and the actual textfields alligned on the right?
    --> “Name:” [textfield]
    -->”Adress:” [textfield]

    Then I made 3 radio buttons. I would like button 1 to display 3 textfields when selected, button 2 display 5 textfields and button 3 display 10 textfields. When someone first selects button 3 and then button 2 it’s important that the textfields don’t get added to eachother but that the selection replaces the previous one.
    All the textfields created by the radio choice should be required.

    Finally, when the user hits the submit button, is it possible to have this info show up on the next page as an extra check, then have the user pay through paypal, and only after payment confirmation have this info emailed to a specific email adress?

    I have no idea if this is possible and if so, how to do it. I only just started learning html and have almost no knowledge of javascript. I’ll continue to search for a solution, but if anyone can help me I’d really appreciate it.

    Jon

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    Doesn't anyone know how to help me?

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    Well, you're asking so many questions there, and what you're trying to do is very possible, but some of it, I'd venture, is not beginners' stuff. It rather reads as a wish list rather than anything you've attempted that you need help with.

    However, start with getting the form laid out correctly. There's a nice article about styling forms here.


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