Yeah thats what I thought was the case. I don't want to meddle into HTML5 yet either so the site can be accessible to as many people as possible.
About the forms, the client is a child care business and they are expanding the group events for child care.
Therefore, on their website the parents will have the option to register their child for an event that has already been set up by the child care business.
So the child care business needs to be able to input data into a already set form. (Event Name, Event Code, Date, Time, Child name, etc..)
Then when the parent goes to register their child, they first put Event Code and this finds the right event for them. After that they have the option to pick what time, if there are two times like a weddings ceremony and reception then they get to the main form where they put Mothers Name, Fathers Name, Both of their cellphones#, childs name, Childs DOB, Allegeries, Etc... They can also have the option to upload the photo.
The child care business will then have the option to go to a page and bring up the form for each child, for each event.
I know this should all be built with PHP, and I'm fairly fine with HTML and standards so thats no issues. It doesn't sound too complex but the transfer of information from the input to the database is my main issue. I'm sure calling the stored arrays into a page shouldn't be an issue.
I can upload a graphic representation of the information soon if its needed.