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Old 27th June 2014, 08:58 PM   #1
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Novice to WebPlus X7. Trying to set up an order form. When I preview the site the fields to be completed do not fill to the end of the text box. Will they automatically continue or is there something I must do to define the length of each field.
Can multiple forms (combo boxes,text boxes etc) be placed on one page and have one SUBMIT button return all completed information to me.
Can I set up an Adobe Design fillable form and place it on the web page?
Hope I am describing this right!
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When I preview the site the fields to be completed do not fill to the end of the text box. Will they automatically continue or is there something I must do to define the length of each field.
Any amount of text can be entered into a text area (but can be restricted by adding code). For an edit box you can set a maximum number of characters in WebPlus.

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Can multiple forms (combo boxes,text boxes etc) be placed on one page and have one SUBMIT button return all completed information to me?
All the form elements (combo boxes, edit boxes, text area etc) would need to be within the area of one form. You can have more than one form on a page, each with its own submit button.

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Can I set up an Adobe Design fillable form and place it on the web page?
Hope I am describing this right!
WebPlus creates a normal HTML form. Are you thinking of using a PDF form?
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What is the order form for, Mike?

Does it also need to calculate?

Does it have multiple products, each with their own options?
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