1. The form will allow people to register up to eight (
people at one time. On the very first page of the order form editor, I have a drop down combobox which asks the user how many people they would like to register. There are eight fields on the next page in the order form editor. If the user selects "6" from the combobox on the first page and then clicks the next button, I would like the second page to simply hide the last two fields on the form. I successfully implemented control hiding for another page using check boxes based on this topic http://www.nbill.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2219.0.html
if (document.getElementById(ctl_134).selectedIndex == 1)
document.getElementById(ctl_178).style.display = 'none';
Do I need to interface with the $POST array instead and if so, are there any examples on how to do this?
2. Page 2 is where the user enters the name(s) of the people to be registered for the event. The following pages essentially sell add on items for each registrant such as paying membership dues, entering the golf tournament, etc. I currently have label type controls which read "Registrant 1", "Registrant 2", etc. Similar to the first question, how can I extract the value entered by the user in the "name" field from page 2 and populate the label values in later pages?