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Note the checkbox that says:
Put a checkmark here if subject wants a copy of the results.
This checkbox toggles the visibility of a set of textboxes that are inside a layer (DIV tag).
This project involves 2 things:
1) OnBlur, each of the Layer Input boxes need validation (required entry - anything).
2) On Submit, the Layer Input boxes need to be included with the standard form elements. IOW, they need to be available to the processing CGI script.
This project does not involve processing the submitted data. I just need validation code for the input boxes that are inside the layer, and I need them to be included in the form submission.
Note that this form is actually variable in size. It is currently hard coded to show entries for 2 subjects. But, it could be several or dozens. That part of the page works. You don't need to do anything with that.
BUT, your validation and form submission needs to support the mulitple entries. (i.e. I each entry has a counter in the input name. txtLastName1, txtLastName2, etc.)
It's ok to copy values from the layer input boxes to hidden controls, if that's a better way to make the form submit work. Just be sure to support the variable number of entries. (I'm currently doing that with ASP by appending a VBscript variable to each name (i.e. txtLastName<% =ctr %>).
If I'm not clear, please ask for clarification.
In your bids, please provide enough info to assure me that you know exactly how to solve this problem. I don't want bidders to have to "figure it out".
MUST RUN IN RECENT BROWSER VERSIONS OF BOTH NETSCAPE AND INTERNET EXPLORER.
In your bid, please state the OLDEST version your solution will support for each browser type.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No GPL, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site).
It must run in Netscape and Internet Explorer browsers -- as old as possible, but, for example, it's OK if it won't run in version 4 broswers.