Re: Is this just too hard for folks here? Or too stupid?
Mr. Carter, thank you very much! And thank you to all that responded -
that's all I really wanted, to know if it was possible. While some of you
were a little more "direct" in your ideas for me, I at least found out that
it cannot be done via straight html on a form layout. The tables idea is a
good one, and I'm going to research the arrays suggestion as well. For
those who were curious, the website is for a virtual airline for flight
simulator enthusiasts (see it at
http://www.flightsimnetwork.com/stpaulairlines/ ). And, I always put the
"REMOVETHIS" label in my email address because of a past history of
receiving spam after posting to usenet groups.
"Andrew H. Carter" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Sat, 21 Jun 2003 08:35:24 -0500, "Mike Foster"
> <mdfoster@TAKETHISOUTcharter.net> wrote:
> >I've asked this several times on alt.html, and I don't even get a
> >Is it too difficult, or even impossible to do? Or is it so "lame" that
> >one wants to respond? If that's the case, I'd appreciate someone
> >me to a site giving me instructions on how to accomplish it. Thanks! My
> >original message is below...
> >Hello! I have a form where people can pick which airline service they
> >flying for (a virtual airline). I also have on this form a drop down
> >of aircraft they can choose to fly. Right now the aircraft list has all
> >aircraft, and I would like to have this list appear contingent on the
> >of the service they are flying. The service selections are here:
> ><input type="radio" name="flttype" value="assigned"
> >checked>Scheduled/Assigned PAX service<br>
> ><input type="radio" name="flttype" value="charter">Charter Approved by
> ><input type="radio" name="flttype" value="training">Training Flight
> >by Captain Allen<br>
> ><input type="radio" name="flttype" value="cargo">Cargo Flight Approved by
> >Hub Management<br>
> >I would like the option of four different aircraft lists (for now call
> >to be given depending on which service they choose. For instance, if the
> >click on Schedule/Assigned PAX service, then the aircraft dropdown list
> >would show only the "A" aircraft list; Charter would only show "B", and
> If I understand you correctly, you are wanting to show prices for
> would require, an HTML way would be to use Tables, a shortcut way to
> colorize them, which is probably the best way, would be to:
> 1) Either design the site by hand or use Front Page/FP Express.
> 2) Get a webcolor program to pick colors, I use Web Color (a free
> program!!) http://www.netpanel.com/software/webcolor.htm
> WebColor http://www.netpanel.com/download/webcolor30.zip
> This sophisticated program is perfect for those who use colors in
> their web pages. It allows you to quickly find any color in both its
> RGB value and hex value, with an option to limit the palette to the
> safe 216 colors for web page design. You can also extract colors from
> various formats of image files, and sample web pages with user-defined
> colors can be generated quickly. WebColor also gives you the ability
> to save your favorite colors for future use.
> Once you down the program, check the box: "Only allow safety palette
> colors" that way you will see the HTML code that all browsers will
> understand since you want to get the lion's share of exposure.
> 3) Once you have decided on a color scheme using the sliders you can
> asign the cells those colors by entering the values in the RGB boxes.
> 4) Once you have edited the program to your heart's content save the
> 5) Edit the saved file via a text editor and remove any evidence of
> Microsoft/Front Page Express, so that people will know that you know
> how to hand code. :-) I try to avoid FP Express since it doesn't
> always code properly.
> One way to plan your form layout would be to "format" it via a
> spreadsheet program.
> It is a quirk of mine that I hate having to scroll side to side to see
> text, scrolling down is acceptable, but side to side make me want to
> sharpen the blades of my arrows.
> Andrew H. Carter
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