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Incorporating into a page which is NOT a DW template? + correct folder structure?

Thread began 8/18/2009 4:27 pm by pattyayers387015 | Last modified 8/20/2009 2:50 pm by pattyayers387015 | 1201 views | 3 replies

pattyayers387015

Incorporating into a page which is NOT a DW template? + correct folder structure?

Hello,

Question #1: I want to incorporate the contact form into my existing site, but I don't use Dreamweaver templates. Can you provide instructions for this?

I assumed that I needed to copy-paste the PHP code, the <style> block, the <form> code, and the JS code into the appropriate places in my existing page. I tried this, without success. What are the correct steps?

Question #2: I can't find anything in the documentation specifying how the directory structure of the Contact Form Pack should be in my site. The zip file contains a single folder, ContactForm_GMC. Should that folder be placed under the root? Or should the *contents* of that folder be placed under the site root? And, does the contact form itself need to remain where it is in the folder structure?

Thanks very much in advance,

Patty

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