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Thanks for the information.  I will check it out.

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Sent by FoxWeb Support on 01/21/2003 10:54:37 AM:
The tabs were coded manually in Javascript, using code found at  All you need, including the javascript functions, CSS styles and documentation, can be found at  Please note that the terms of use have changed since we were last there, so I'm not sure whether you can use the code in a commercial site.

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Sent by Bret Hobbs on 01/21/2003 05:52:34 AM:
What application did you use to create the TABS or at least learn how to create the TABS?  Dreamweaver?  ASP.NET?  Or did you just see it done in Java and modify it for your use?  I am interested in the fact that I would like to create something similar, but was wondering if there was a tool that would create the TABS that would ease the learning curve.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 01/07/2003 04:15:26 PM:
You can create a tabbed interface, similar to the one used by the FoxWeb Error Log Viewer sample application, which gets installed with the software.  As long as all tabs are within the same form, all fields in them will be submitted simultaneously when the user presses the submit button.

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Sent by Don Dascher on 12/17/2002 07:06:18 AM:
I have designed a basic user interface for ADD,EDIT,DELETE,etc .... of data all within a single FWX file.  It works pretty well.
My next consideration is .... What happens when the file contains so many fields to edit that they do not fit nicely within a single screen without scrolling down ?
I could simulate TABS with some sort of complicated set of buttons and this could work for viewing but while editing them it would be somewhat more complicated.
Just wondering how some of you have dealt with this issue.