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  1. Hm, I can't get it to work.How can it sync anyway? The access database is offline and the website online..
  2. Okay.. so this is what I've gathered:1. make an .asp page where the form data is transported to2. method="post" action="inschrijvingen.asp"Ok... So now I have something like this: <form class="jotform-form" action="inschrijvingen.php" method="post" id="b11342810124" accept-charset="utf-8"> <div class="form-all"> <ul class="form-section"> <li id="cid_1" class="form-input-wide"> <div class="form-header-group"> <h3 id="header_1" class="form-header">Over uw activiteit</h3>
  3. Thanks! I think I got it now!Got another question, but put that in ASP (A) Thanks!
  4. Hi! I'm trying to make a new site for my parents' business. But now I've to make an form that submits data to an Access 2010 database or an Excel 2010 spreadsheet.Is this possible? And if it is, how do I do it? I've googled a lot but couldn't find anything that could really help me. I now know I first have to submit the data to PHP/ASP/whatever and I guess that can send it to access? =s Help is very much appreciated! =D Michelle
  5. Hi guys!Soo, my parents own a swimming pool, and they really need a new site. So I'm building one for them ^^ But I came across a few problems, googled a lot but couldn't find anything that could help me..This is the old site:------ and this is the one I'm working on: sportiek.webs.comThe problem is, as you see, that my drop down menu doesn't behave as it should. It pushes the rest of the page down and I can't edit the size and color of the submenus.That's the main problem. I'm also not sure if the site works on earlier versions of IE.. and it has to work there because a lot of our customers s
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