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SharePoint: Customizing standard forms

I needed a little bit customized forms that look similar to standard ones for one SharePoint solution. I have list with many fields and it is very inconvenient for users to fill these fields if they are following one after another. As there is no simple solution for this I created my own custom solution.

 

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Mel Pama said:

I use a similar setup for a multiline textbox (area) in renedered code and change the text in the textbox ut it does not show up as changed in my variable which I populate using

tasklist[varname]= txtboxid.Text;

I use this button submit set up

<wssuc:ButtonSection  runat="server" bottomspacing="10" showstandardcancelbutton="false">

 <template_buttons>

   <asp:PlaceHolder runat="server">      

     <asp:Button UseSubmitBehavior="false"   runat="server" class="ms-ButtonHeightWidth" OnClick="btnDistribute_OnClick" Text="Distribute" id="btnDistribute1" /> &nbsp;

   </asp:PlaceHolder>

 </template_buttons>

</wssuc:ButtonSection>

Any clues as to why it does not save the data in the texarea or textbox.

Thanks,

Mel

# June 3, 2009 2:36 PM