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Dreamweaver CS6 Mobile and Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery Mobile by David Karlins

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Real-world form handling

While I've emphasized that Adobe does not provide an accessible, reasonably-priced framework for managing form data, there are tons of online resources, many of them free, that plug into Dreamweaver sites easily. Before closing this chapter, I want to walk you through an example of a FreeFind box .

I picked that example because rare is the site that doesn't use a search box, and also because installing (and customizing) a Freefind search box is free and pretty straightforward.

For this to work, all you need is a live website hosted at a remote server. Getting set up with one of those is a bit more complex. Refer back to the Defining a remote site section in Chapter 1, Creating Sites and Pages with Dreamweaver CS6, of this ...

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