I actually stopped writing in the middle of answering you. What I would have said, was that you don't use the form builder to upload, but VSD. There is - or at least there used to be - a dialogue box after you have inserted the code into the body of your document, saying something like 'Add files...' with three options, one of them being 'another CoffeeCup prog'. I wanted to be sure about the exact wording, so I tried doing the same here, but I didn't get that dialogue box, not even after re-downloading, reinstalling and all that. So what I will do is contacting CC and ask where they have stuck the missing 'Add files' dialogue box and then get back to you - unless someone else beats me to it, of course.
When I preview the form, everything looks good. But when I go to the actual website I get the following: "OOPS! You forgot to upload swfobject.js ! You must upload this file for your form to work."
I tested the procedure described by Scott; Made the page first and saved it, then started Form builder within the VSD and made the form, saved it and uploaded it. (The swfobject.js was uploaded through the FTP client in the Form builder.)
Then I inserted the html bit into my page, saved and uploaded to the same location as the files pertaining to the Form builder. Result here: http://www.coffeecuphelp.com/inger
When previewing the page locally after having inserted the code from the Form builder, I keep getting this pesky 'Oops?' re the swfobject.sj, but on the web everything is ok.
The dialogue 'Add files...' seems to be something of the past as far as I can see. Well, I'd better hurry back to class and study
Could it be that I've uploaded the files to the wrong directory? I just uploaded them to the same directory as all other files - public_html - that's what my web host told me to do...
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