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why dont you give javascript and dhtml not a chance? expand your form on the clientside with javascript, so you dont have to bother how the already given information and data has to be handled and you dont have the traffic on your side each time a customer expands the form.

In reply to Re: "Dynamic" HTML Forms, Tracking Data and Trepidation by pitbull3000
in thread "Dynamic" HTML Forms, Tracking Data and Trepidation by mjn

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