2. Yea, I was trying to avoid that.  I am thinking about putting this one 
input form into a separate section, have the action file open in a separate 
window to keep the original (long with lots of required fields) intact, 
maybe even some behavior pop up.

Thanks for your help.


"Shawn McKenzie" <nos...@mckenzies.net> wrote in message 
> Gary wrote:
>> I have a client that I have made some forms for.  On one of the forms, 
>> their
>> customers are to registar for a class.  The cost of the class is 195 per
>> person.  She would like to have the people be able to have the total cost
>> calculated for them before they submit the form. (I already have the cost
>> calculated in the email and result page).
>> I thought about creating a separate form within the original form page 
>> that
>> could calculate the cost, and process it to itself, I suppose I would 
>> need
>> to create a session so all the information in the first form is not wiped
>> out.
>> Is there an easier way to do this or is there a way to create this
>> calculator that changes upon the input instead of clicking a calculate
>> button?
>> Thanks
>> Gary
> You have two options as I see it:
> 1.  Use some javascript that calculates onchange of the form controls.
> 2.  Have a continue/submit button that posts back to the same page that
> does a calculate on submit and show a confirmation page with the total
> and then a finish button.
> -- 
> Thanks!
> -Shawn
> http://www.spidean.com 

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