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Javascript Multi Page Form, How to Post to formmail.php

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I have a simple way to scroll through 4 pages of a form, using javascript.
However, after hitting Submit on page 4, how do I post it to "formmail.php" ?

Code: Will not post, see attached file.

See attached code.

Thanks, Greg
multiPageForm.htm
multiPageForm.txt
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In order to post to that file, you will need to change the form action to formmail.php.  See below.

<form id="multiForm" method="POST" action="formmail.php" onSubmit="showValues(this)">
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