scouts-l Mail Archive for February of 2000: Re: Web Question
Alan Brown (awb@NETCOMUK.CO.UK
Fri Feb 25 2000 - 13:42:58 CST
I'm assuming that you have a form that people fill in on your website. The
problem of course is if they press the Return key they send the half
completed form off to you.
You can solve this problem by making one or all of the fields compulsory.
That is they must be completed before the form is able to be sent off.
I'm part of the Edinburgh Scouts Internet team. www.edinburgh-scout.org.uk
My particular section is our local campsite at Bonaly www.bonaly.org.uk
Have a look at our front page, and click the link for " availability of
accommodation click here, ".
Try pressing return after you fill in the first field. You will find that
unless you fill in your email address the form is rejected.
Your other problem is much simpler. You just remove the link from the button
image. This means that the graphic for the button is still there but it is
not linked to anything.
What web design software are you using? Let me have some more information,
like the URL of the web page you are having problems with and I'll see what
I can do.
Edinburgh - Scotland
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert Carswell Sr <robert@GFC.STATE.GA.US>
Sent: 24 February 2000 18:46
Subject: Web Question
> I need to know how to disable the enter key on a web page and force the
> to click the submit or reset button.
> Also I would like to know how to disable the toolbars (or at least some of
> the Icons on the toolbar) on the web page.