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Where to use universal email

Thread began 8/22/2010 1:25 am by bpearce2001383204 | Last modified 8/22/2010 3:51 pm by bpearce2001383204 | 624 views | 2 replies |

bpearce2001383204

Where to use universal email

I created a page contact.php that uses a framework plug-in contactUs.php which actually contains the contact form. My question is on which page do I add the universal email function? To the actual form page (contactUs.php), or to the page that will be using the form(contact.php)? Make sense? I hope so. I've searched the forums for the answer and being a noob, I have no idea which is the proper place to add the email function.

TIA!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It would work applied to either. The beauty of framework builder is the way it allows you to organize pages and includes however you want or need, so there is no correct place. Where you add it depends on the overall application.

If the email is inctricately tied to the form, then it should be on the page with the form.

However you may have a dynamic plugin with multiple forms and they all send an email. In that case you would be able to apply the email to the original page and it would be able tow work with any of the forms.

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bpearce2001383204

Thanks!

Thanks again Ray!

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