2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 29, 2006 7:16 PM by tomgu

    Cannot set class in form

    tomgu
      I have a form that has an embedded table. The contents of several cells are calculated by a script using viewer inputs from other cells. Each cell has a class defining the font, size, color, etc. Both the input and calculated cells display correctly when viewed in the DW Design window. But when previewed in the browser and when published the cells calculated by the script do not match the class (i.e. wrong font, size, color). The input cells (non-calcuated) display properly when published. What is happening? Is the script casuing the problem?
        • 1. Re: Cannot set class in form
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          Can we see a URL?


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          "tomgu" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          >I have a form that has an embedded table. The contents of several cells are
          > calculated by a script using viewer inputs from other cells. Each cell has
          > a
          > class defining the font, size, color, etc. Both the input and calculated
          > cells
          > display correctly when viewed in the DW Design window. But when previewed
          > in
          > the browser and when published the cells calculated by the script do not
          > match
          > the class (i.e. wrong font, size, color). The input cells (non-calcuated)
          > display properly when published. What is happening? Is the script casuing
          > the
          > problem?
          >


          • 2. Re: Cannot set class in form
            tomgu Level 1
            The site is www.pacificproductsinc.com