Originally Posted by Old Pedant
p.s.: This will all be a lot easier if you don't have any duplicated field names, even in different <form>s.
And I do have to ask why you think you need separate <form>s on the page. Generally, I recommend a single <form>, with the <form> tag right after <body> and the </form> right before </body>.
Is there something magic about the separate <form>s that implies how they are used by, say, server-side code?
lol about seperate forms. I am just a hobby web designer who has never been able to take an official course.
To clarify, my site is meant to only be played OFFLINE.
I created it to playtest a boardgame I designed so as to avoid unnecessary pre-production costs. Never meant for it to get online, though... maybe some day.
I WISH I could get it online, but my coding skills, though fairly good in some areas, are lacking in others. (Just adding a DOCTYPE declaration to my page screws up a bunch of formatting.
The game plays like a combo of Monopoly and RISK, with touches of concepts from other games as well. It is WAY bigger than Monopoly, WAY nicer to look at, is WAY more fun to play, has a better theme, and can take many nights to finish (or can end at any time). The replayability is HUGE, with the ability to shuffle and distribute the gameboard squares in any order on the gameboard.
My boardgame is fully polished now (well, the playtesting site is, minus the save feature). The game itself is just in need of playtesting.
It really is an unbelievable game and concept that will hopefully soon rock the boardgame world and take Monopoly off the market (everybody loves Monopoly, but I figured a way to make it 1000 times better).
I will look into the HTML5 starage thing (mentioned on another forum), never heard of it before, but if it requires money to use or a server to run it through, than I can't take that route.
I'll check back later.