Mark, I am just catching up on mail, so you may have solved this already.
I came across AIOCP the other day ( http://www.tecnick.com/public/code/cp_dpage.php?aiocp_dp=aiocp ) and they store php code snippets in the database. You need to run the install and have it create the database so you can start snooping around. I am not sure I will use it, but there is lots to learn... Gerry On 6/20/06, Mark Fellowes <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Micah, Thanks for the reply. I didn't see it earlier. Also my apologies for the vagueness but right now things are somewhat vauge. Let me try and explain better: To start I'll paint a visual to explain it better. Ultimately I know this will require additional tables (will get to that in a moment) When the page loads, there is going to be a "palette" area where form fields of various types will be sitting. They will not be in a form. The form will sit in another part of the page in it's own div. So to start the table all that should be generated into that palette area will be the form elements (selects, checkboxes, radio buttons, etc). I'm thinking php will be used to pull the markup out of the table and into the palette. Users can drag and drop form elements into the form. They can edit the elements in there (i.e. length of field, label name, required field, etc). At that point the chosen elements (the ones now in the form) should be pumped back into another table where a name column will save the form intact with all it's elements. Hope this gives a better idea of what I"m trying to acheive.
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