[...] This tutorial presents a basic implementation of HTML_Quick Form to produce a common email contact form and explores ways to get the most from this powerful library.
The Zend Developer Zone has a new tutorial posted (from Vikram Vaswani) about adding in an auto-complete input field to your site.
His example uses a PEAR class, Dojo and some components of the YUI libraries.
[Links checked February/10/2017] User’s input can be validated on the server and on the client (web browser).
Thus we have server-side and client-side validation. In the server-side validation, information is being sent to the server and validated using one of server-side languages.
I wanted to know if this is easy to do using HTML_Quickform. HTML_Quickform lets you easily add validation rules.
I began creating a similar HTML_Quickform code - but I could not figure out how to dynamically add form elements using HTML_Quickform: , your php code (and thus HTML_Quickform) cease to execute, so you wouldn't be able to programmatically add anything with HTML_Quickform.Now that you're sure you want to use it, they move on to the code portion of the tutorial - the creation of an email form.They define the fields (their labels, types and required status) and show how to dump that array into the HTML_Quick Form class to create the HTML field output.Fortunately, modern programming toolkits like Dojo provide ready-made widgets that have the necessary client-side functions for autocomplete.Add a little bit of server-side glue, in the form of a PHP script that talks to a database to generate valid suggestions, and enabling this functionality in a Web application now becomes a matter of hours, rather than days.There are now several ways that customers can request Text Tracking: After tracking a package on the USPS Tracking® web site you may register to receive Text Tracking on a tracking number by tracking number basis.