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    Question Show a contact form (a valid one) by a javascrpt technik like lightbox r fancybox

    Hello dynamicDrivers !
    i need some Help if you don't mind guys ..
    i have an HTML page that i'v designed and i want to link an image inside this page to a javascript windows that showing like a lightbox or a fancybox. and that windo contain a contact form designed with some css and php codes..
    hope it's clear for you guys, i'v tried a lot (hundreds) of tutorial lnks but i din't get it right, maybe someone here has a typical way to do it right.
    Thanks again and again.
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    this may help, simply install it and use the image as the link for opening it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie1227 View Post
    this may help, simply install it and use the image as the link for opening it.
    thanks for your reply but it seems tha there is no link in your post

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    It's there. Take a closer look at the first word in bernie1227's post. The link goes here: http://www.html-form-guide.com/conta...tact-form.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by james438 View Post
    It's there. Take a closer look at the first word in bernie1227's post. The link goes here: http://www.html-form-guide.com/conta...tact-form.html
    oh yeah thank man !! i need my glasses hhhhhh
    thank you very much !!

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    That's a bit nifty! Thanks for the link Bernie
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    Hello Guys !!
    unfortunately that didn't work !! can i upload for you guys the files of my web page and check it out if there is something's wrong :!!?

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    It might sound silly but are you sure that your server is actually setup to send mail?

    Its just with you saying that you've tried hundreds of tutorials and you can't get any working - it makes me wonder if you're on a free web hosting account that has the PHP mail() function and/or SMTP disabled. Can you first check with your web host to see if that's the case?

    Alternatively, if you have no luck with that, you can use a 3rd party, externally hosted emailing service such as http://www.response-o-matic.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverleyh View Post
    It might sound silly but are you sure that your server is actually setup to send mail?

    Its just with you saying that you've tried hundreds of tutorials and you can't get any working - it makes me wonder if you're on a free web hosting account that has the PHP mail() function and/or SMTP disabled. Can you first check with your web host to see if that's the case?

    Alternatively, if you have no luck with that, you can use a 3rd party, externally hosted emailing service such as http://www.response-o-matic.com/
    thanks Beverleyh for your reply !!
    the actual problem is not (yet) the mail sending ! i'm on a paid hosting server !! the problem is the modal box doesn't show after clicking the link .. it's like the javascript is not activated or something like that !!

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    Oh, I see - I got the wrong end of the stick. My bad.
    In that case, yes please provide a link to your page so we can help troubleshoot the popup/modal window that isn't working for you.
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