Daft Question, but.. couldnt you just use jquery cookies?
Incidentally, your form works
Hi, I’ve seen such a form a few times, But it normally give the option to “backup” the form and an option to “import” values you entered earlier.
This way you can also transfer it from one computer to the other…
Did you go ahead and develop your form (save for later) idea? I would be interested in such a script . If you did, kindly let me know where to get it.
Did you ever publish this code? If so, can you provide me a link!?
I remember working on a similar project sometime back. The difference being that data in my multi-tab form project was being saved live, with ajax. You type something in a field, and then move on to the next. The content of the previous field would be saved to the database, live. Of course, it had validation and filtering and all.
The beauty of it was that the user could also disable auto save and manually save any field, or group of fields, or the whole form.