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Thread: DW Form Help!

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    Here is my problem. I need to make an order page using drop down menus and some text boxes and what not. Here's what I need to happen.

    1) After a user selects an option from the first drop down, I need the second drop down to repopulate with a set of options that goes along with what they first picked. An example would be if someone picked "Ford" in the first drop down, the second drop down would populate with options such as Mustang, explorer, etc."

    2) I need to make it where after they select all of that info one time, they can add what they selected to their order, then go through the same process again and add more. An example being if they went through and selected Ford-Mustang-Red as their options, they could click a button that says "add to order, and keep shopping".

    3) Lastly, I need to have a "Total" box on the page that adds up what is in their "shopping cart" and keep a total for them every time the page refreshes. The tricky thing here is that the prices for the product at hand change frequently, so I need to somehow link this "calculator box" to my file of prices that changes weekly.

    I'm sorry that this is so long, but any help would be GREATLY appreciated. I'm pretty new to forms, so me taking on something so advanced in the form area is kinda tough. Thanks!

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    You need a server side language to do this. HTML & CSS can not do this. Do you have PHP or ASP on your server?

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    Yes I do. I have both PHP and ASP. I have never made a page using either though.


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