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    Default Bluevoda Visual Tutorial - Correct Sample form properties for the Form Wizard

    Comments, improvements and suggestions will be appreciated before moving this page to the Step by Step Bluevoda Visual Tutorials section in Tips and Tricks.

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    Default Re: Bluevoda Visual Tutorial - Correct Sample form properties for the Form Wizard

    ok......not the *****est tool in this shed, but..........

    Change to multipart form-data
    ONLY for forms that need an
    Upload box.
    Does an upload box mean a comment box also? I have a fully functioning form on a password protected site that I chose multipart form which includes a comment box. Would I have been better in choosing the default?

    I only ask, because being the green one I am, to clarify for the green one...LOL.
    Karen Williams
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    Default Re: Bluevoda Visual Tutorial - Correct Sample form properties for the Form Wizard

    Quote Originally Posted by karenwms63 View Post
    ok......not the *****est tool in this shed, but..........



    Does an upload box mean a comment box also? I have a fully functioning form on a password protected site that I chose multipart form which includes a comment box. Would I have been better in choosing the default?

    I only ask, because being the green one I am, to clarify for the green one...LOL.
    Hi Karen

    Your ***** enough to ask the right questions.......................lol

    A comments box is a text field and an upload field transfers a file to the server/website.

    I included that comment because it was specifically mentioned by the author (Navaldesign) to make things as simple as posible.

    The default handles all the normal fields but a file upload needs special handling, hence the info.

    In reality, you could use the multipart for the whole form and it would still work OK.

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