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ASP tab control

Posted on 2007-11-21
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HI,
  Is it possible to have tab control using ASP?  I have a few forms that need to be filled by users and I want to use Tab control so that user can fill all the fomrs in 1 page

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Question by:gorexy
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you could accomplish this with show/hide div layers with javascript, so you show your first form, then at the top you have some tabs, and when the user clicks them the initial div layer is hidden, and the new one is shown (vice versa), that way when the page is submitted you get all the form objects submitted.
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by:swinslow
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In your form fields just add the tabindex attribute to your form fields for example:
<input type="text" name="SomeField" tabindex="1">
<input type="checkbox" name="YesNo" tabindex="2">
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by:gorexy
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swinslow, how it works?  I tried but seems doesn;t work.

B_Dorsey's concept seems work well although I didn't test it.
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by:gorexy
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I think Layer is a good idea! Thanks
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