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Thread began 8/20/2009 4:01 pm by lagreen284256 | Last modified 9/17/2009 6:40 pm by anonymous | 1681 views | 9 replies |

lagreen284256

Php?

We do not use much PHP, mostly ASP.NET so I can't get the contact form to work. When I looked at this I did not see anything regarding PHP of which I know nothing. So where do we go from here. I usually post to cdomailhandler.asp but was looking for more security. Like captcha which I thought would be relatively easy using CCS. It is not I can't get anything to work. I tried a form.php, form.htm can't even see the php file.

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Jimmy Wu

Form builder is only supported in PHP, so if you're working on an ASP site you will not be able to use Form Builder to build your forms.

If you want to switch to a PHP site, you will need a PHP server running to be able to host the pages. If you need help with getting started on using Form Builder, you can take a look at our support documents:
css-form-builder/

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lagreen284256

php

I have no desire to learn PHP or set up my web site to run it. I do not program, my partner does and he is ASP.net and Ajax. So you are saying the extension is useless for me? How do I return it. I can build Forms, all I needed was a way to make sure spam didn't get thru.

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anonymous

largree,

Actually, the site states in "system requirements" for CSS Form Builder that it works with PHP 4.2+.

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Laura Savelli

CSS Form Builder Refund Request

Hi lagreen,

If you would like a refund, please submit a formal refund request to sales@webassist.com and include the email address you used to register, as well as your first and last name.

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lagreen284256

Thank you. I own several Web Assist products. This is the only one that did not fit the bill.

when you have a product that supports ASP.net I will look again.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Webassist is only developing in the php server language moving forward. We apologise for the inconvenience, but this trend will continue as we release new products and updates and ASP and Coldfusion are no longer supported.

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office377308

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  Webassist is only developing in the php server language moving forward. We apologise for the inconvenience, but this trend will continue as we release new products and updates and ASP and Coldfusion are no longer supported.  



That is good news! Thank you

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rg145356

No Coldfusion?

Wow, that's really too bad. I have nothing against php (and do not want to start a flame war here), I just don't use it and work only in Coldfusion. Darn.

Webassisters - can you perhaps provide a list of which products require php and which work in CF? It took some poking around to discover that CSS Form Builder required php. This is sure a dis-incentive for me to consider the subscription though I do own a bunch of your other products.

Thanks.

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anonymous

rg,

The only extensions that are not CF compatible are the very latest ones... such as Digital File Pro 2. CSS Form Builder and CSS Sculptor 3 are not explicitly supported, but as far as I can see don't generate anything language-specific that would cause you a problem on the other languages. I have used a CSS Form Builder form inside a CF site and the only real difference was the way I chose to process the form.

If you ever decide to program PHP and need any help, please let me know here or shoot an email... I was in the same situation in you, in that I used to program ColdFusion exclusively. I thought it would be difficult to make the move to PHP, but now after doing it and saving a lot of money in server licensing, I am glad I have made the switch. It also seems like the support community for PHP is quite a bit larger.

Best regards,

Brian

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