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Thread began 8/20/2009 3:50 pm by edrosenthal350859 | Last modified 8/24/2009 3:23 pm by edrosenthal350859 | 2665 views | 3 replies


making progress, but now no email

Well last week was a total waste but now i seem to be able to start getting a handle on it.
After twice throwing out the mxp extensions and twice throwing out the %appdata$/adobe DW9 Configuration folders, ( not that it was necessary but there was improvement in not getting the out of memory error, so there might be a causal link there...), i then put in the php dump code and got some email. Of course that was just a mid step in trying to see if i could get DWedit to work properly, but taking things one little step at a time. I then threw out the php code, and went back in to DWedit, and set things up more nicely. And sat back to wait for the email, which never came.
So now i have to ask is there something else i should have removed by looking at the code in the page besides removing the php dump code? Or what about the client validation i am doing on the page ( under the heading CSS Form builder client validation ). Is there a causal connection between what shows up in the email and what has been validated?
I am validating everything on the form now, i think. even so, i should have gotten some email right? I didn't get bad post on the return either.
steps i am taking css form builder on php page, client validation, then the universal email.
what code should i be looking to find on the page to remove on these steps, or is it just safer to rebuild the entire page at each attempt. of course all this persistance has a downside, i could remodel my home faster than this is happening...

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