Mike Vandling 1/22/2018 10:14:23 AM
Example: A form is created with 50 fields. In one instance, only field 1, 4, 10, and 19 need to be completed. The rest are not used in that particular application. In a different scenario, same form, maybe only 10 fields are required. Still another instance, which I have worked around by creating a required field that acts as an error check, but if field 1 is enter as "cat" then the second field, drop down, can only accept cat food or cat toy, however there may be 100 items in the drop down. In this instance, there may be up to 10 combinations. Bottom line, your data entry and error checking for data input are seriously lacking. You can sanitize fields but actually preventing user entry is next to impossible. Colorizing the fields, dynamically, would "help" but is just a band aid. Figured it was the quickest solution but not necessarily the best. You cannot use CSS within your database forms, or anywhere, for that matter, for dynamically preventing data entry errors.