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How to dynamically open a form/textbox at client side only

Posted on 2009-02-16
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Hi: I want to implment following features in my client side html/jsp page. The scenario is I have form to ask a user to fill. In the form, there is normal textbox for name and company. THEN I need user to fill a list of key words. One does not know how many key words user is going to fill. So I put default 3 text boxs. If user wants to input more, he/she could click a button or a link, then extra text box would appear in html/jsp page. I want all these done in client side only, no need to go through server. Is that possible? I am using struts 2, hibernate and spring, My database is MySQL. Servlet engine is Tomcat. Any guidance?
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