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Drupal 7 Webform Cookbook by Douglas Vernon Denny

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Adding a page break component

Throughout this chapter, we will be adding components to the Speaker Registration form that we started with in Chapter 2, Trying Out Webform. Then, we saw how the usability and readability of our form can be improved by grouping related fields into separate and distinct fieldsets. Webform offers us another layer of grouping by allowing us to break the form up into separate pages. Not only can we group related fields, we also have a mechanism for grouping related sets of input fields. This helps us focus our site visitor's attention on a select group of related inputs at one time.

Getting ready

Seeing how we're back in the mode of adding components to our example form, we need to ensure that we are logged in to our ...

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