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Need step by step for Contact Form

Thread began 1/05/2010 11:14 pm by chris-britton396422 | Last modified 1/11/2010 6:19 pm by chris-britton396422 | 6975 views | 31 replies


Need step by step for Contact Form

I come from the print design side, and although I can and have built functioning websites in Dreamweaver and Flash, I dont have a clue when it comes to any programming, or writing scripts or whatever it's called these days. I purchased the Contact Form Solution Pack in hopes that it would solve at least one of my problems, but I dont have a clue how to get this thing to work. Do you have, or can I get a step-by-step instruction/tutorial on the workings of this form? Like a "After your download, you will have all these files. This is where you put the files. This is how you change the form. This is how you test the form. This is how you upload the form to your host, and these are all the files you should include." kind of instructions. Obviously I have opened the file in Dreamweaver, and when I "preview in browser" it doesnt work - which I knew that from working with forms from other sources. So I upload all the files to my hosting provider and get errors listing certain lines, etc. etc. My biggest headache is that I cant even view this form, to see what it looks like when viewed on the web, to see what I would like to change. Anyway, I'm hoping to get some help with this simple form before I even start asking questions about the eCart I purchased.

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