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using radio buttons to determine who receives the email

Thread began 3/24/2009 7:34 am by sandy170299 | Last modified 3/25/2009 5:50 am by sandy170299 | 3165 views | 4 replies


using radio buttons to determine who receives the email

I currently have a couple of contact forms that are built in ColdFusion that contain radio buttons which determine who receives the emails. The client is now requesting a CAPTCHA. Because there is nothing that I am aware of out there that includes a CAPTCHA with any kind of ColdFusion form builder, I usually end up building my own. I am considering migrating these forms to PHP and using the Contact Form Solution Pack with the built-in CAPTCHA, but I know I will not be able to figure this one out myself, as I am not a PHP programmer. Is there an example anywhere on the WA site that could point me in the right direction? The fields used will be very standard, but the radio buttons determine who receives the emails, and not knowing PHP, I'm going to have trouble.

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