Our humane society has a membership form that will need some coding. The form is currently on a test site at <[url removed, login to view]>.
I've had a version of this form done once before, but we're redoing our site and will need to have this form redone as well to fit the new format. This version is located at <[url removed, login to view]>
The new form is shorter than the old, but the basic coding is what I'd like to have on the new... except not in .asp, please. I know .asp is probably a better choice, but I don't understand it at all. An even earlier version of this form was in .html, and I'd like to go that way again. This version can be viewed at <[url removed, login to view]>
With all the examples, I think everything should be pretty straightforward. The three main items to mention are:
1. The boxes to the right of the "Lifetime Member," "Benefactor" and "Leader of the Pack" categories shouldn't show unless their associated checkbox is checked.
2. There should be validation, including with the membershp categories. I think the current form has something like "You must choose at least one membership type."
2. The "Membership Amount" box should return a total of whichever Membership Category checkbox(s) is/are checked, including the amounts in the boxes mentioned above.
This is probably not a big deal to someone who knows what they're doing, but for me... even with the examples, I'm not able to do it and help will be appreciated!
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Should work well with a wide variety of browsers and operating systems.