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Question about contact form with CSS form builder

Thread began 3/15/2012 9:35 am by ncroughs437021 | Last modified 3/15/2012 11:42 am by Jason Byrnes | 478 views | 1 replies |


Question about contact form with CSS form builder

Hi, I have a (stupid) question: I used css form builder to build my contact form in my website. This form seems to be good. The site is online. So my question is: where goes the form once I pushed on submit button. I didn't see anywhere where I can configure the place where the form is send. Can you help me?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In the CSSS Form Builder wizard, the Form Function tab allows you to configure the form data to be sent using an email.

if you would rather store the form data in a database, you would need to add an insert record behavior to the page for this, you can use the dreamweaver insert behavior, or use data assist.

i guess the answer to your question "where goes the form once I pushed on submit button" is a question back:
Where do you want it to go?

Form Builder is a tool for creating the form, how you collect the data that is entered is up to you.

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