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Exercise: Dropdowns - dating agency triggers panel display
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Create a new website, and add the files in the above folder into it.
When you browse the frmRequest.aspx page, you should see two forms: one for choosing a date by their minimum/maximum age, and one for choosing a date by their star sign.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that carbon-based lifeforms will always want to choose a date by their age, while for robotic lifeforms star sign is all-important (with apologies to Jane Austen, and indeed to any sort of common sense). Create a dropdown as follows:
What the user should see initially
Now add code such that when a user chooses one of the two listed options, they see the appropriate form (you should also set the AnswerMessage property to a confirmation message, as shown here):
What robotic lifeforms will see
Test your form works (if you reset the dropdown to CHOOSE, does it still work?), and close your form.