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is moved to the correct category. Anyway. I am pretty new with web design, and I am currently learning

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about the subject on high school. We work on software that is a

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bit outdated (Adobe CS3), but I still like doing it. As for web design, we use WAMP server, Dreamweaver CS3, javascript alert variable MySQL Query Browser and PHP. I do, however, know little to nothing about coding in PHP, I just kind of know what it's for. I know how to make a functioning web http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_popup.asp page, how to create databases and connect them to the web page, and how to show these databases through a dynamic web page, but little else. So the thing I am trying to do now is that after using an "Record Insertion Form Wizard" in Dreamweaver CS3 (to which I've already made a database, a query and so on), I want two different popup messages https://www.sitepoint.com/community/t/how-to-make-an-error-popup-message-after-submitting-a-form/15193 to come after clicking "submit form", both one confirming that the entire process was successful, and one saying that the user entered invalid information. I already know how to do the former, by going under Tag , behaviors, clicking the plus-sign, clicking popup message and then just writing the message and hitting "OK". But how do I make a seperate one for if the submission failed? And is it possible if this box automatically tells the user exactly what went wrong? boatmark 2012-04-27 01:50:40 UTC #2 hmm, I think you should use javascript. attach onsubmit event, then do evaluation of the form content something like that: Untitled Document


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