I'm running two different forms on one page.Each form goes to a different place - one form does stuff on a different server and one form does stuff on the same server.
This is being accomplished by using the following script (found here on WebDeveloper)
The first form starts like this:
<form id='form1' name='form1' action="http://www.coolcart.net/shop/coolcart.aspx/starkeepsakes" method='POST'>
The second form starts like this:
<form id='form2' name="form2" method="POST" action="attachscript.php" enctype="multipart/form-data" target='_blank'>
There is no submit function in the forms.
After the two forms are listed, there's one link that processes both forms at the same time when clicked:
Here's the good news: THIS WORKS. This is not the problem.
The problem is my client wants most/all of the content in form2 to be filled out. If the fields are not filled out, then something happened that says in effect "yo. fill that out!"
<input type="submit" name="submit">
Which is NOT how the form is told to post.
So.... Any ideas? The client is FREAKING that "something so simple" (her words, not mine) can't be done.