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hi im newish to all this but was wondering ...if there is a way to split up a form so that elements of a single form do not have to be contained within a single set of <FORM></FORM> tags?This would be extreemly helpfull in setting up the layout of pages so that elements of a common form do not have to be grouped together in the same areathanks in advancesav.

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If you are using HTML,ASP, or PHP you can use multiple forms on a page...ASP.Net however only allows 1 form per page.

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If you are using HTML,ASP, or PHP you can use multiple forms on a page...ASP.Net however only allows 1 form per page.

Hi, Sorry I didnt make myself clear. I am trying to use PHP to do something like this:
<FORM Name="sameForm" ACTION="./otherPage.php" METHOD="POST">   <INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME="one"></FORM><!-- Other Forms and Things In Here --><FORM Name="sameForm">   <INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME="two">   <INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT VALUE="Submit"></FORM>

where when you click submit, the elements of both sections get POSTed to the otherPagethanks

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you could acheive this with javascript but it would be far more complicated than just placing them all in one form.And 2 forms cannot have the same name.

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