5 Replies Latest reply on Feb 7, 2013 10:00 AM by Steve Sommers

    Using multiple images as submit buttons

    weezerboy Level 1

      I have this form with 2 images as submit buttons

       

      • <INPUT TYPE="image" SRC="assets/images/lgstart_b.png" ALT="Submit Form" name="time_in">
      • <INPUT TYPE="image" SRC="assets/images/lgstop_bo.png"   ALT="Submit Form" name="time_out">

       

      The problem is I can tget the next page to acknowldge either button. I am using CF9

       

      Here is the form2.cfm page

       

      <cfif IsDefined("FORM.time_in.X")>

      TIME IN

      <cfelseif IsDefined("FORM.time_out.X")>

      TIME OUT

      <cfelse >

      Nothing

      </cfif>

       

      I get an 'undefined' message only

      I know I have done this before what am I missing?

       

       

      Here is the form with the  2 images as submit buttons

       

       

      <form action="form2.cfm" method="post"> 

               <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="5">

                  <tr>

                   

                    <td align="center" class="crewlist_time"><strong>Status</strong></td>

                  

                  </tr>

                  <cfoutput query="get_employees">

                    <tr>

                      <td width="20" align="left"><input type="checkbox"  checked name="Employee_ID" value="#Employee_ID#"/></td>

                      <td class="crewlist_cell"> #EMPLOYEE_NAME# </td>

                      

       

                     <div class="clock">

                  <div class="clockin">Clock In</div>

              <INPUT TYPE="image" SRC="assets/images/lgstart_b.png"   ALT="Submit Form" name="time_in">

              </div>

                <div class="clockrt">

                  <div class="clockin">Clock Out</div>

                    <INPUT TYPE="image" SRC="assets/images/lgstop_bo.png"   ALT="Submit Form" name="time_out">

                   </div>

              </div></cfoutput>

              <br>

              <br>

              </form>