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  1. #1
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    Hi, I don't know if this is the right place but here it goes.

    I made a contact page in FrontPage 2000 but I don't know how to make it actually function. I don't know what it is that I need to do to make it send the info to an email. Is there an easy way to make it work or is there an easy alternative other then just a link that opens an email from the defualt mail client? Thanks for any help.

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    Senior Member Riat_Sila's Avatar
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    What I think you're trying to do is use forms with just normal HTML, if I'm right then you've just got a bunch of boxes that don't actually send anything to the server when you press send. Unfortunately you'll need to use either JavaScript or SSP (Server Side Programming) to get them to be functional.

    Have a search for 'Email Forms' on HotScripts.com (or similar) to see if there's anything there that'll work for you.

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    You are quite correct. I knew that it required something on the server but I didn't know what or how to implement it. I'll check out the site you referenced. Thanks for the info.

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    if you have php server, http://www.karinne.net/scripts/?s=3

    note = save the form file as something.php, not .htm as i found out.
    also place files in same directory

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    hmmm... the page that contains the form doesn't have to be a .php file?!? the script yes... but not the form.
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