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Having a text field that gathers input and then displays back in the site elsewhere..How?

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Jan 29, 2018

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How do I have a text field that gathers input information from the visitor, such as name and then displays that back elsewhere on the site where I want it displayed / recalled ?

And then have an 'edit' button so they can change or correct that information on clicking it?


How then do I make a search box on the site that can search this stored information and display it back?

Can I do this with html code and anyone know what it is or do I need a widget? Other program other than adobe muse?

Thanks...

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Long and short: No, at least not with vanilla Muse. What you describe is form processing and cookies, plain and simple and that requires some processing and means of authentication, ideally server-side. You could possibly create something simple using JavaScript "cookies" and manipulating your browser's local storage, but again, this is beyond just chopping together your stuff in Muse.

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Having a text field that gathers input and then displays back in the site elsewhere..How?

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How do I have a text field that gathers input information from the visitor, such as name and then displays that back elsewhere on the site where I want it displayed / recalled ?

And then have an 'edit' button so they can change or correct that information on clicking it?


How then do I make a search box on the site that can search this stored information and display it back?

Can I do this with html code and anyone know what it is or do I need a widget? Other program other than adobe muse?

Thanks...

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Long and short: No, at least not with vanilla Muse. What you describe is form processing and cookies, plain and simple and that requires some processing and means of authentication, ideally server-side. You could possibly create something simple using JavaScript "cookies" and manipulating your browser's local storage, but again, this is beyond just chopping together your stuff in Muse.

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Long and short: No, at least not with vanilla Muse. What you describe is form processing and cookies, plain and simple and that requires some processing and means of authentication, ideally server-side. You could possibly create something simple using JavaScript "cookies" and manipulating your browser's local storage, but again, this is beyond just chopping together your stuff in Muse.

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