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Help... Trees are thick... no light in sight!

Thread began 6/12/2009 5:15 pm by perry382014 | Last modified 6/16/2009 2:57 pm by perry382014 | 2330 views | 5 replies


Help... Trees are thick... no light in sight!

Okay so I purchased this thinking it was going to be the answer to all my form problems and maybe it is but I can't figure out what the hell to do with this thing.
I get to Step Two and the instructions say "apply your template" and peace out...

I got through step one okay but I do not have a template... just a standard html page created in Dreamweaver CS4. It's an existing Contact Us page with a phone number and email... right below that I want to add a contact form... a simple one with name, email address and comments. How do I do this? Do I use Dreamweavers Insert/Form/Text Field?

Can someone give me a small toturial? I'm totally lost.

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