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Thread began 12/02/2009 2:44 pm by dave.standen104127 | Last modified 12/07/2009 8:33 pm by dave.standen104127 | 2854 views | 11 replies

dave.standen104127

CSS Form Builder - Help Required

Hi everyone,

I purchased and installed CSS Form Builder thinking that it would greatly simplify my efforts with building forms and it does! I can create beautiful looking forms with validation and Captcha and everything else that I need. Cool - the only problem is that they don't work when uploaded to the server.

I have PHP 5 on the server and the form action is set to POST but beyond this I cannot figure out what parameters should go in the POST or the syntax of how to use them.

Reading the WebAssist help is absolutely no use. I don't know who writes their guides but there is a lot of assumed knowledge, that I just don't have.

So I downloaded the Contact Form Solution Pack. This works and sends email like I want it to, but I don't understand why it does. I need a guru or form-meister to explain some way to get the form that I created in Form Builder to work with the Contact Form Solution.

Words of two or three syllables quite acceptable - not thick - just don't understand how to do forms in Dreamweaver. This is my first foray into the area.

The tech bit - Server is running Windows NT with PHP 5.2.6.
I am running Dreamweaver CS4 on Windows Vista Home Premium SP2

Any assistance gratefully received. Thanks in advance,

David

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