SPUG: CGI Forms != Tedious ?
ryan at dbedge.com
Thu Feb 24 21:23:38 CST 2000
Maybe I should clarify a bit. (story of my day...)
The tedious part is just writing the HTML for field after field
after field that is just going to be submitted to a little
database. I thought that maybe somebody had come up with a way
to automatically generate a fill in form, with field sizes and
maybe even check/option buttons based on the values of the
database that we are inserting records into.
For personal safety, thou shalt not speak of PHP on spug-list...
----- Original Message -----
From: Asim Jalis <ajalis at beryllium.cobaltgroup.com>
To: <spug-list at pm.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2000 6:22 PM
Subject: Re: SPUG: CGI Forms != Tedious ?
: > I have to setup a whole bunch of web fill in forms for things
: > like licenses, permit applications, job applications,
: > notices and the like. Of course it is the standard CGI ->
: > Database that we all love so much 8-}.
: > Before I get too far down this dull road, I just wondered if
: > anybody has seen/used some kind of module or script that I
: > use that would make cookie cutter junk like CGI form to
: > less boring, or at least less time consuming...
: > Any ideas?
: My next sentence will take us off-topic according to the rules
: list. Have you looked at PHP? (See http://www.php.net)
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