That worked. Thanks for your help
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That worked. Thanks for your help
This code is not online. I am in the testing stages to see if this even works. 2 files shown below test-email.htm and test-email2.php
Thanks. I tried wrap = "hard" and it didn't work.
What do you mean by addressing it on the server side
I have a textarea in a form to create a field called $message. When the user hits "submit", I want to use this field as the message in an email I send out.
I'm getting the $message in the php code...
It was that easy. Thanks
Is there no one who could tell me how to get 1 column from a database without the extra stuff like row number and "=>".
I've been working on this for weeks
I have the following php code:
$connect = new PDO('mysql:host=localhost;dbname=xxxxx', "xxxx", "xxxx");
Why is bcc a bad idea. I have about 250 email addresses in my database. If I email them in the "To:", my email server cuts me off as a spammer.
Thanks for the code. I think I'll use something like...
I already use the mail function in many of my programs. That's not the problem.
I can select the addresses from the database but I don't know how to get them into some form (array???) that I can...
What I would like to do is get all the email addresses from my MySQL database and put them into the bcc of an email.
Or get all the email addresses from my MySQL database and put them into a...
I have an existing database of members in my organization. I would like to be able to create an email list to I can send out a group email (in the Bcc:)
If someone could get me started in the right...
Thanks. I've updated a lot of code recently and they all have the long doctype.
Should I change them all to <!DOCTYPE html>
All the others have no errors in W3C
Error Line 52, Column 97: there is no attribute "required"
…me="fname" value="" size="20" maxlength="20" required="required" />
I also tried it with just: required and not required="required"....
Sorry. The angle bracket is actually there. I cut it off when putting it here
What is the best way
It's a small problem but I have a program with the following piece of code and I get a W3C validation error.
<input type="text" id="fname"...
It makes a difference where the validate is. I had it before the form. It works if I put the validate after the form.
It worked.....partially. it got to the alert statement but the focus statement didn't work. After I hit ok, it returned to my home page.
I also tried getElementsById and I also tried removing the...
didn't work. I put in an alert and I got to the validate but not the "if".
I've been reading about getelement online for 3 days and I get more confused each day. I've also tried 30 varieties of...
I have a form with 3 phone numbers. One of the 3 is required. Why doesn't this work.
My first line of the form is:
<form id="infoupdateform" method="post" action="xxx.php"...
I run my php program, update my database, and send some emails. After that, I want to return to my front page. The end of my program is:
I need help with the following. User inputs his fname and lname. Program finds that record in a MySQL database.
Display the data fields on a html form and allow the user to update any of the fields....
What I want to do is run a query based on user input (fname, lname passed from an html program). If I don't find a record, I want to close the database and run a different htm file
Thanks for any...
I'll be gone for a couple of weeks so I'll respond mid May. Thanks for the help
I was going to send you my program files so you could tell me if I REALLY need to change anything but the forum won't allow me to send .php files