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I've got HTML code to create a registration form.  I want to use this code in Sharepoint.  However, I have a few issues from preventing to this a success project.  I need help revising the code.
1. I've entered a jpeg of the State Flag.  I need to reduce the size by 1/4 and align it completely to the left
2.  I want to insert an image in the top center of the page and left of "Contact Information"
3.  Under Skills Inventory the boxes remain checked.  How do I fix that.
4.  I need to add a submit that stores the information closes the form return the member to a desired page.

Once form is the way I want it.  How can I get to store in file or sharepoint where I control the access.  I cannot use google doc, because I'm on Intranet server.  How can I leverage the html form and sharepoint?
SAD-Formv3.txt
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
you should think of using just a Content Editor Web Part and a combination of jQuery and SPServices library, where you can save the form to a SharePoint list (which you would have to create first).
Something like here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/JavaScript/Jquery/Q_28134367.html

Which SharePoint version and which SharePoint edition?

HTH
Rainer
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Share point 2010, the version I can't say. I'm not at the office.
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I tried the content editor. It didn't work so, I used the HTML web part. I must have done something wrong???
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
what is your exact goal?
Should each registration be stored in a SharePoint list?
Can a registration be updated?
Is a user allowed to create multiple registrations?
What will happen with the form (eg user should be able to print and/or download ...)?
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My is to create a registry of volunteers to pull from in the event of Hurricane. Each registry should be stored in the list. As for updates, I hadn't thought of it, but would be a good idea. However, I have no clue as to how to do that. I'm new to share point & HTML.
There is nothing preventing multiple entries.
Once entry complete, I want form enter data in list and reset for next entry.
The users only role is and should be to enter or update data. Although I don't have that feature present.

I hope this helps you help me...
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by:Curt_Hasan
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I'm appreciative of your response.  Again, I new to html code and Sharepoint!  I'm total lost to the solution provided.  Additionally, I've listed several issues with the code that require resolution to even understand the solution you suggest.
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