Join Candyce Mairs for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding a behavior, part of Dreamweaver: Creating and Validating Forms.
Let's take a look at adding the Dreamweaver feature for client side validation. …And that is known as a behavior, and the specific behavior we're going to work …with is the Validate Form behavior. In order to do this, I'm going to open up …the Contactus.php page, and I'm going to do a Save As, and save this as a separate page. …So this one is going to be known as Contactus-behaviors.…
I want you to have the option. To view any one of these pages …individually, so you'll see we have quite a few here, and we'll add this one to the mix. …You should see that pop up here shortly within Dreamweaver, the Files panel will …update automatically. Should it not do that, you can see it …just popped it in. If that does not happen fast enough for …you, you can always click this blue button which is the refresh button for …the Files panel. And we're going to take this …Contactus-behaviors, I'll close up the regular ContactUs page.…
And add some validation. Now, what we have are a bunch of …different types of form fields. The Dreamweaver behaviors feature is only …
- Installing XAMPP on a Windows system
- Installing MAMP on a Mac system
- Using admin consoles
- Creating PHP pages
- Commenting code
- Working with web forms
- Adding custom validation
- Using redirects
- Dealing with email issues
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Setting Up the Dynamic Website Environment
3. Introducing Dreamweaver
4. Working with PHP
5. Working with Web Forms
6. Using Form Validation
7. Creating the Action Page
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