This is a simple example of a Form. If you'd like to send me a comment, ask a
question or whatever, fill in the form below and click submit; otherwise click the back
NOTE: All fields must be filled out, or an error will occur.
Comments are limited to 10 lines of text.
- When creating the form, make sure all of the information you request is contained within
the form (the dashed line that surrounds the Submit & Rest buttons MUST be
around the requested information boxes too. see example on previous page)
- When adding an e-mail address, right click on the submit button, select Form Properties
and select the Send to: radio button. Enter the File name as _private/form_results.txt if you
change this field, you probably won't get your form. Don't forget the
underscore at the very beginning, see image to the right.
The most important part of the file name line is the _private/ part, this is
a folder that
has the correct permissions for writing the temporary files necessary to
complete the email process. Using a different name will result in
errors on the confirmation page.
The second part of the address can be any
name you want with the .txt extension.
- If you create multiple forms inside your web pages, make sure that the
second part of the File name address is different for each different form i.e.,
form_results1.txt; form_results2.txt etc.
- To View the Options associated with that page, click the image to the
- The Confirmation page has a link to the file thankyou.htm, if you use that
name, make sure you have a file in your web with the same name or you will get
the dreaded "page not found" error.
- To get all of your fields sent with the form, right click on the submit button, select
From Properties, click on the Options button, click the Save Fields tab and select all of
the fields. Selecting only specific fields will send only those fields.
If you notice anything you think I should add or modify, please send it in the form