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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 | 7000 views | 31 replies


Finally looks like a form

I did have my site set up to "document", but I think what happened is that I opened the contactus.php from my desktop within DW and then saved it as into my site's root folder, which caused all the links to be messed up. So I basically started from scratch again. I realized that you have to copy all of the files/folders from inside the ContactForm_GMC folder into your site's root folder, not the ContactForm_GMC folder itself, but everything inside it. Then open the contactus.php from within your root folder and make your changes and all the links are correct. Previously I had copied the ContactForm_GMC folder into my root folder, but it wasnt finding the links. Anyway, I have all this done and it finally looks like a form. I can even see the security images and everything. When I fill out the form and click submit, I get the Thanks You screen. The problem now is that I never receive the email I am sending to myself from the form. Here's the link to my most current stage of the process - contactus.php . I'm sure it's somethin simple I'm just missing.
So next steps are - Changing the width and or depth of the input boxes on the form,
Changing the appearance of the security code,
and obviously I will need to format the contactus and thankyou pages to match the rest of my site. Your thanks is much appreciated and I look forward to your speedy response.

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