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Best practise for multi step form ?

#1
Hello every one,
What is the best practise to do a multi step form with codeigniter?
Have you got a tutorial link?
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(01-20-2021, 07:27 AM)Akdref Wrote: Hello every one,
What is the best practise to do a multi step form with codeigniter?
Have you got a tutorial link?

Hello. It depends.

You can use js (like http://www.jquery-steps.com) to split a single form and several (only visually) and at the end of the steps the user only submits a single form.

Or, you can create multiple forms. The first redirects to the second and so on. You can use a session to verify that the user in question has not skipped a required step.

Don't forget to validate each step.
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(01-24-2021, 09:21 AM)kleber Wrote:
(01-20-2021, 07:27 AM)Akdref Wrote: Hello every one,
What is the best practise to do a multi step form with codeigniter?
Have you got a tutorial link?

Hello. It depends.

You can use js (like http://www.jquery-steps.com) to split a single form and several (only visually) and at the end of the steps the user only submits a single form.

Or, you can create multiple forms. The first redirects to the second and so on. You can use a session to verify that the user in question has not skipped a required step.

Don't forget to validate each step.

Hello,
Thanks for your answer it is a good idea
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