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    PopUp forms/Dreamweaver

    I have been assigned to create new forms on a website. I am new to much of this, but they are using Dreamweaver. The current site has a button that you click to have a popUp form appear, fillout, with a 'submit' button on the bottom where the form disappears and a thank you message is displayed.

    The current form is for membership and the page code reads:

    <form>
    <input type=button value="Membership Form" onClick="javascriptopUp('membershipform.php')">
    </form>

    I understand the basics and see that the 'membershipform.php' is listed on the side of the screen, but how can I create alternate phps for different forms? I apologize if this is basic, but I'm brand new and trying to learn. I need to make a button for each form and then the associated form as well.

    Also, can anyone tell me if a donation form created similarly can have a PayPal button embedded in the popUp form?

    Thank you so much for your time and assistance.

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    That seems like weird behavior. Why do you want to pop a new form each time? Why not create different pages and put the form inside? Pop windows run into accessibility issues if you're not careful.

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    Like I said, I'm new, just trying to duplicate what they've done already. I've managed to form a template that they can use when creating new forms and how to 'put' them inside dreamweaver, but need to be clear on the rest.

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    Well, to answer the question then, just create a base page, and then a sub page (the form) that will load when the button is clicked. Repeat and rinse for each new form.

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