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form error when submitted via contact/index.php

Thread began 1/05/2010 9:42 pm by raabernathy397361 | Last modified 8/31/2012 10:57 am by raabernathy397361 | 5121 views | 6 replies


I applied the fix suggested in that thread and it didn't work.

Here is what i did in response to suggested change
WA_ValidationToolkit\WAVT_Scripts_PHP.php on line 327

$domArr = split("\.",$domainName);

$domArr = explode("\.",$domainName);

Now I keep getting errors when validating the email - on the php side. IE it keeps asking me for an email even when I enter a valid one.

*All I'm really trying to accomplish is using index.php for all of the contact / thank you / php files. I've spent allot of time going through the forums and reading over the PHP code and honestly can't figure out how to make that happen. If you could give advice on how I can have my file / directory structure so that this will work I'd be very greatful! I prefer to do this in the least complicated way while also using the least amount of resources on my web server. Thanks for any help!

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