I took the band signup form contribution and modified it (to the best of my menial PHP abilities) and created several error checking features. If I have more than one error they seem to stack on top of each other... meaning each message covers it's predecessor. I know, I know. It's called messagestack for a reason! But is that the way it's supposed to work?
Let's say I have two error messages. The first is "Please try again" and the second one is "What kind of idiot would input such a thing?!" Obviously, the second message is much longer than the first. If the first message is displayed on top of the second, the second one will "peek" out from behind the one on top and the message looks something like "Please try againot would input such a thing?!"
So IS that the way messagestack should work? If so, can I CSS the width so that all messages are the same width? Or should the messages display in a vertical fashion with each message on a new line pushing the content down?
Here's the current page:
Feel free to submit the form. It won't bother anything that we've got going on. Constructive criticisms are welcome too since I feel like I'm just playing an educated guessing game.
On a side note, I've noticed that if there is an error message and I'm brought back to the page to fix it, the Fitness Level always jumps down to Level 12 no matter what I had selected before. Anybody know what's up with that?