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I am new to Dreamweaver and need help. I was wondering if this would be possible. I am creating an intranet for a company with several people working on a project a once. I created a form and checklist that I want to post on the site. Thia is to allow the sales guys can go in there, update the form/checklist and make any comments for that project. Once they are done, I want that page to be saved somehow so that the next time another person should go in there, they will see the updated information and do only ...

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    Default Updating a form from the browser

    I am new to Dreamweaver and need help. I was wondering if this would be
    possible. I am creating an intranet for a company with several people working
    on a project a once. I created a form and checklist that I want to post on the
    site. Thia is to allow the sales guys can go in there, update the
    form/checklist and make any comments for that project. Once they are done, I
    want that page to be saved somehow so that the next time another person should
    go in there, they will see the updated information and do only what needs to be
    done. Any ideas on how to do this? Thanks!!!

    soni_q Guest

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    Default Re: Updating a form from the browser

    You would need to enter the information into a database, and then use that
    information later by pulling it out and placing it on the page.

    If you are new to DW, does that mean you are new to HTML and CSS? If that
    answer is "YES" then you have a long road to travel before you can feel
    comfortable with executing your task.

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    Default Re: Updating a form from the browser

    I think that Google has some functionality that could provide what you are
    looking for.

    https://docs.google.com

    But to integrate such functionality, like Murry said, would require quite a
    bit of expertise.

    iwasjoeking Guest

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