Web Studio has powerful tools for creating forms, but before objects can become an active form, the objects need to be grouped. Grouping the form objects is how you tell Web Studio which form objects belong together. If you imagine a page with more than one form, you can see why the grouping of form objects is necessary. This episode shows how to group a form, and how to avoid a common problem, which occurs when an object is “behind” the form group. If you click & drag the form group (the translucent box with the red border), all the objects that move along with it are considered by Web Studio to be included in that form group. Sometimes an object seems at first glance to be part of the form group, but is actually “behind” the group. In this case, you’ll need to either bring that object forward, or bring the form group backwards, using the Page Layout Tab.
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