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DreamWeaver and forms -forms generally
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 9:44 pm on Nov 15, 2005 (gmt 0)

Why do some form fields show up arbitrarily in yellow in DreamWeavber and those fields shift around when you add new ones? What is code for making form fields required? Isn't that when the field should be yellow? No difference in html for fields that show yellow or white. What's up?

And how much of a designed page with form included can be put up on Network solutions or is one forced to work with a narrow-range tmplate?



 10:16 pm on Nov 15, 2005 (gmt 0)

By a strange coincidence I was just looking at this yesterday and I couldn't figure it out either. I would also be interested in an explanation.


 10:51 pm on Nov 15, 2005 (gmt 0)

Can't say I've ever had that problem (if I understood you correctly). Is this when you preview or something?

The only time I've heard of yellow form fields is when the Google toolbar autocomplete feature is switched on.


 5:50 pm on Nov 19, 2005 (gmt 0)

Answering 2oddSox
The yellow fields don't show up in DreamWeaver while I am working on it but do show up in preview or if I access the file directly on my harddrive with IE.

Kevin French

 4:52 am on Dec 3, 2005 (gmt 0)


Do you have the Google toolbar installed with Autofull turned on?

Kevin French

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