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    If you have a need to preserve the input, without...

    If you have a need to preserve the input, without using a database, then you could try doing this using a 'flat' file, eg csv
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    You could also try this form builder...

    You could also try this form builder http://fs19.formsite.com/
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    If that shows that your host has PHP then you...

    If that shows that your host has PHP then you need to create a form, you can do this in HTML, and pass the results to PHP to email them to you.

    There are plenty of examples of how to do this on...
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    Have a look at using cookies for this

    Have a look at using cookies for this
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    To replace the button with an image you can use...

    To replace the button with an image you can use this syntax:


    <input type="image" src="submit.gif" value="Send This Form" alt="Submit Enquiry" name="image">
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    I use PHPMYADMIN and that allows you to rename a...

    I use PHPMYADMIN and that allows you to rename a field.

    I opened the table, selected the field and chose the change/edit option.

    The first value was the name of the field, I changed this and it...
  7. From my memory I can't remember if it is possible...

    From my memory I can't remember if it is possible to skip the format target disk, if it is then you can reinstall XP without affecting your data.

    The other option, if it is sufficient for you, is...
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    I managed to send an email to myself using the...

    I managed to send an email to myself using the code I gave, all the fields where clearly there.

    You need to be more specific about your problems
  9. You could possibly do this by having 3 different...

    You could possibly do this by having 3 different div classes, eg


    div.hdr {
    background-image : url(header.jpg);
    }

    div.bdy {
    background-image : url(body.jpg);
    }
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    Could you show some of your HTML, particularly...

    Could you show some of your HTML, particularly that with the <form> tag.

    If you are using
    <form method="POST"> then that is why you are not picking up the vessel name, "POST" does not add the...
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    I dont know if it's relevant but I found that the...

    I dont know if it's relevant but I found that the setTimeout function didn't seem to work as a delay if it was inside the original function.

    When I moved it out and then called it, it worked as I...
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    Have a look at this link, it shows how to display...

    Have a look at this link, it shows how to display an image on form submission.

    http://www.mollerus.net/tom/blog/2008/01/ui_technique_changing_submit_button_appearance_aft.html

    Don't know if...
  13. I totally agree with traq and djr33. The only...

    I totally agree with traq and djr33.

    The only thing that I want to add to this thread is a comment about certain HTML encryption systems.

    Whilst they can make it a bit more difficult to steal...
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    Code Part 3

    <option>Northern Mariana Islands</option>
    <option>Norway</option>
    <option>Oman</option>
    <option>Pakistan</option>
    ...
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    Code Part 2

    <td>
    <div align="justify" class="maintext">
    <font face="Verdana" size="2">&nbsp;Country :</font>
    </div>
    </td>
    <td>
    ...
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    Code Part 1

    I have written the HTML & PHP with some validation, you should change it to suit your requirements.

    I have split the code because of the size restrictions here.

    I have kept your code with all...
  17. I totally agree with traq and djr33. The only...

    I totally agree with traq and djr33.

    The only thing that I want to add to this thread is a comment about certain HTML encryption systems.

    Whilst they can make it a bit more difficult to steal...
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    Can you explain a bit more about the problems...

    Can you explain a bit more about the problems you're having

    I have looked at your code and spotted a few problems.

    You refer to $_POST['lname'], you don't have an input field for this.

    You...
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    To create HTML emails I use FormMail from...

    To create HTML emails I use FormMail from www.tectite.com.

    It is a free PHP application and is very powerful, there are others available if you do a search.

    I find this one to be well...
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    Your problem is that if you only change the " to...

    Your problem is that if you only change the " to ' then code is interpreted as having 2 opening ' and 2 closing ' inthe first line of code.

    To get around this you could do this:


    <if...
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    Try adding this to box1 & box2 styles: ...

    Try adding this to box1 & box2 styles:


    border-collapse: collapse;
    border-collapse:collapse;
    border-spacing:0;


    woreds for me to eliminate these kinds of spaces when I was using tables
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    This follows on from what djr33 had to say ...

    This follows on from what djr33 had to say


    <?php
    $value[0]= 12.84930;
    $value[1]=9989.12123;
    $value[2]=.0023412093;
    $value[3]=10.19;
    $value[4]=2.56;
    $val=min($value);
  23. If you try this test code you will see that your...

    If you try this test code you will see that your email address also passes the preg_match test that I posted.

    Perhaps there is omething else going on when you post the form field values to your...
  24. mcolton - what was the email address that you...

    mcolton - what was the email address that you used, I use this routine myself and it definitely works.

    I can send you some code to test the routine if you want

    traq - I use preg_match out of...
  25. The preg_match that I added validates that $email...

    The preg_match that I added validates that $email is in a valid email format, it is not a replacement for the original.

    The original preg_match is there to reduce the risk of email injection, if...
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