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Attachment Woes With FB File Form Element in UE

Thread began 10/21/2009 10:31 pm by paputxi | Last modified 10/28/2009 3:53 pm by paputxi | 2288 views | 14 replies


Attachment Woes With FB File Form Element in UE

I recently worked through a problem I was having with attaching files to an email where I had created a File Field form element directly into the form using Dreamweaver rather than via Form Builder. (Thanks, Jason, for that.) However, I now seem to have a problem with receiving an attached file where I used Form Builder to create the file form element.

To simplify the problem I am having, enclosed are files associated with a very simple form of just two fields, one a text field and the other the file to be uploaded. I followed the same steps I had used earlier (i.e., from "How To Include Attachments with your Email form" and I did create a folder named "attachments" at the same level at the test1.php file on my website and I did make sure that I had set the attachments folder online to have read-write permission (a big problem I had earlier and from what others have experienced from reading similar emails. That probably should be added as a "Tip" or "Hint" to the future publications of the paper for clarification, particularly for those of use that are still newbies to all this.)

Anyway, I did try using similar "die" coding that Jason had provided me with my earlier problem, but I get a blank screen every time. So, I must not be incorporating the code correctly.

Any thoughts on how to figure out what I need to do to correct this problem are greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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