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Hello my friends, I have a question about …
I created a
and I have 3 cells, each of them with one kind of “form”. The forth cell contains a “submit” button, but how can I make that button to submit the results of all the forms together?
Hello, @iambrunocamargo. Welcome to the forum. It seems you may be trying to include HTML in your post. If so, click the
</> first, then paste your code in the space indicated. Thanks!
Press Enter to go to a blank line, click that icon, and you will see this:
Ignore the link above, for now. Instead think of how a FORM element is composed.
<input type="submit" value="Submit">
Let’s say the form above took in three pieces of information from one select element and two radio button groups. There would be three names in play.
I use %% to enclose values derived from the form data. It’s pseudo-code.