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    Forms with Multiple Actions - Is this Possible? (Front Page 2000)

    I have a form that links to another site. Here is the HTML:
    <pre><form method="POST" name="form" action="https://paybycheck.com/">
    <input type="hidden" name="id" value="11111111">
    <input type="hidden" name="item" value="Pet Rock">
    <input type="hidden" name="memo" value="Therapy Sessions or
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    Re: Forms with Multiple Actions - Is this Possible? (Front Page 2000)

    Since you are passing control to a third party's script, your options are somewhat limited. You might have to interpose an intermediate script of your own before submitting the form information.

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    Re: Forms with Multiple Actions - Is this Possible? (Front Page 2000)

    Thanks for the reply.

    On a new but related subject, the third party site has several optional fields that I can fill in from my site. One of their key words is called "memo" (no quotes). I have a FP form set up with 6 check boxes, all having the field name memo but each having a different value when checked. They are not mutually exclusive - ie the user can select more than one item. How can I concatenate all of the user's choices into one string (using FP) that I can pass to the third party as "memo"?

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    Re: Forms with Multiple Actions - Is this Possible? (Front Page 2000)

    Maybe possibly if you create a JavaScript handler for "onSubmit" and add the data to your form (change the value of the memo field to whatever you want it to be) before it is submitted, the server will receive it. I've never tried anything like that, so I really don't know if it will be passed along after you change it.

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