You'll either have to use script, or have "more" and "fewer" actually
post the form via different actions.
When you post, you can use python code to add/remove fields to/from your
form, seed the form again, and re-paint it.
If your page is light enough, it may not be a big deal to make the
We've done similar things just with CSS and a tiny tiny bit of script.
You can put about 10 form elements in there, but set their style to
"display:none;" and then with script, you can set the relevant one in
the DOM to "display:block;" as needed. It works ok.
CLIFFORD ILKAY wrote:
> I am trying to design a search form that when the user clicks on a
> "More" button, the search fields will be duplicated and added. ...