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Chapter 10. Microsoft FrontPage Componen... > Using the Confirmation Field Compone...

Using the Confirmation Field Component

Forms are a Web content provider's means of collecting information from end users. Data entered into a form is typically sent back to the server for some kind of processing, but before that happens, you can do a few things with the form data to ensure that it is as polished as it can be. One thing is to confirm the data in the form's key fields, and the FrontPage Confirmation Field Component can help you do it.

The first thing you need to make a form field confirmation is, not surprisingly, a form. Assuming you've already used the FrontPage Editor to compose a form, go back through the form and write down the names (as assigned in the NAME attributes) of the form fields you want to confirm. You'll need the field names when inserting the Field Confirmation Components.


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