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HTML to PHP contact form

Thread began 4/07/2010 12:23 am by olphil78375910 | Last modified 4/07/2010 10:05 am by olphil78375910 | 825 views | 1 replies


HTML to PHP contact form

This is what Id like to do...

I have articles posted on my site daily and I would like to add a contact form at the bottom of each article so that users/readers could comment. I do not want their comments to posted on the page or anything just sent to an email just like the contactus.php would... However I do not want these article pages to be in php.

My goal is to have a form identical to the contactus.php provided, captcha included, and have the form results sent to contactus.php then sent to email if thats possible...

If I need to be more clear just say so, I am new at web design....


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