I need someone smarter then me to help with a form that calculates. *see inside*
I have a form that I am trying to create. I want it to take the users input and multiply it then at the end I want it to add them all up. I have this form live right now if anyone needs to see it just let me know and I'll post the link for the page. Can anyone tell me what type of scripting I need to use?. I also need it to still validate the form (certain items have to be bought in increments)
When are you calling that function? And are you passing the form to it as parameter? Your form naming conventions will have to conform to the names used in the script. eg It looks for field names called "Product".
actually I dumped that one b/c it was getting on my nerves..lol.. I know just about nothing about java what i do know is just what I remember tidbits from my VB6 class i took years ago..lol.. I found a script and *knock on wood* it is working the only problem I have but i guess i can deal with is that in the field names I have to leave it as the script shows (b/c i'm not swift enough to figure out how to change it and make the form still work) right now the form names are Item1Total there are 3 different types Item#Price, Item#Total, Item#Quantity for 11 different items. and since the results are being emailed I was wanting to change them so that I would be able to easily identify them in the email .. possible adding the product name or part of the product name to the field name so that I can tell the difference. I hope posting off site links is ok ... it just seems easier if you can see the whole page live rather then bits and pieces. here is where the form is currently