This article will demonstrate how to automatically change a form field's value depending on which radio button is clicked.
Today I'll show you how to implement something that appears easy at first glance but can be a bit tricky. It is the "label within the form field" functionality seen in forms that must take up very little space on a web page.
You may have encountered web pages where an action on your part (like clicking a link or checking a checkbox or moving the mouse over a certain part of the web page) inserted causes additional content to appear on the page. The web site may have made it possible for another action to remove the content.
This technique is commonly used on professional order forms. It lets customers click something to automatically fill in shipping information without retyping identical information already provided in billing form fields. Or vice versa.
Let's suppose you want to provide your site visitors the option of automatically causing a new browser window to open whenever they click on a link -- by simply checking one checkbox.
An IFRAME is a rectangular area on a web page that displays the contents of an external web page. The rectangular area's size and the URL of the external web page's URL are determined by the HTML code used for the main web page.
The latest version of Master Form V4 makes it easy to include environment variables in emails and databases. It's a free upgrade for those who already have a license.