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File: example_multipage.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: How to split a form into multiple pages
Class: TM::Apeform
A very abstract web form builder and processor
Author: By
Last change: Updated
Date: 5 years ago
Size: 1,378 bytes
 

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<?php

/**
 * Multiple page form example. Shows use of a big multiple page form to
 * acquire a large ammount of data.
 *
 * @author Thiemo Mättig (http://maettig.com/)
 */

require_once("Apeform.class.php");

// Create the first form.
$form = new Apeform();
// Add the first three form elements.
$element0 = $form->text("First form, element 0");
$element1 = $form->text("First form, element 1");
$form->submit("Go to second form");

if (!
$form->isValid())
{
   
// Display the first form.
   
$form->display();
}
else
{
   
// Create the second form.
   
$form = new Apeform();
   
// Create hidden elements for any element that comes from the first form.
    // Although they look like dummy elements, they are required components.
   
$form->hidden(); // element0
   
$form->hidden(); // element1
   
$form->hidden(); // element2
    // Reset the submission state of the form (private object property).
   
$form->_isSubmitted = false;
   
// Add some more form elements.
   
$element3 = $form->text("Second form, element 3");
   
$form->submit("Submit both forms");

    if (!
$form->isValid())
    {
       
// Display the second form.
       
$form->display();
    }
    else
    {
       
// Process the collected form data.
       
echo "INSERT INTO `table` SET `element0` = '$element0'";
        echo
", `element1` = '$element1', `element3` = '$element3'";
    }
}

?>