I have used SharePoint designer 2007 to create a custom list for my SharePoint 2003 portal. The list is quite simple, without any extensive programming.
First I created a 'shell' for my list inside of SharePoint, where I name my fields and select their input types (Choice, Date, Currency, etc).
I then create a new .aspx file, insert a Custom SharePoint List into the new file, and use the above mentioned 'shell' to insert my content.
From this point, I rearrange the design, insert a few basic JavasScript elements - for image rollovers - and save.
The page displays perfectly in my live SharePoint environment. However, when I enter data into this form, and submit, it doesn't save the data correctly. For instance, there's a Yes/No option near the end of the form, defaulted to No. If
I click that checkbox - to set it to Yes - and submit the form, the resulting record does not show that I had clicked the checkbox. In fact, it shows the whole form as being blank, as if I had entered nothing at all.
If this makes sense, how would I go about fixing this?
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