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I made a form for my site.

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I made a form for my site.

PostAuthor: cutegothpirate » Wed Jun 13, 2007 7:29 pm

I made it use the template and merge into the main site, made it email me, made it have its own error page within the page template, and have a confirmation page in my page template.
It is very difficult and long, but if I can do it, i'm sure you can too.
Because I do not know how to program php at all!

I used
Its a free download.
Follow the directions to install it.
Make your form following the form instructions.
It will save your form in the folder on your site
Download the form1.html to your computer. If it called it something different, get that one.
Delete all the style that the form gen put into your form.
All of the colors, and images should be removed.
It should just be plain text and form fields.

Because of this fact, you can do what I did and make a form using frontpage ::gasp:: and then just make sure that the names of the fields match the one in the process.php that the formgen made. That way I was able to have a design view and see what I was making. Just make sure it has this..
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Where it has it in the formgen's form.

Follow instructions on how to make a new portal page.
When making your form's portal page, copy and paste the html of the form you downloaded to your computer into the block.
To make sure the submit and reset buttons match change them to
add in class='mainoption' like this..
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If your text boxes are not white on your site, you need to change them too.
add class='post' like....
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I don't know if every theme uses those classes, but thats what mine used.
Then make 2 more portal pages, 1 for the error page, and one for the page they see after submitting the form.
The form generator made a php file called process.php
You need to edit that
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 replace $error.="<li>You did not enter one or more of the required fields. Please go back and try again.";with$error=header("Refresh]=="on"?"s":"")."://".$SERVER_NAME.strrev(strstr(strrev($PHP_SELF),"/"));with$where_form_is=header("Refresh: 0;url= thankyou page number");    after $message = stripslashes($message);mail("youremail@addy","Form Submitted at your website",$message,"From: phpFormGenerator");  putheader("Refresh: 0;url= thankyou page number");  

Put the php file in the public html on your site.
Put the file from the folder you got the process.php file from in the public html on your site.

If you are lucky like I was, it will match your site, email you, give you a confirmation that matches your site, and will give you an error that matches your site if you didn't fill something out.

I tested mine out, and I am not able to get to the form to fill it out if I don't have an account on the website. Which is cool!

What would be cool is to have it where people can only fill it out once per account.
If anyone can give me advice on that, that would be cool!
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PostAuthor: Dioncecht » Thu Jun 14, 2007 5:10 pm

Yeah I've been using that for some time and it's pretty godly
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Re: I made a form for my site.

PostAuthor: Frost » Thu Jun 14, 2007 11:54 pm

Great tip cutegothpirate!

Even I have never heard of that program, and I scout daily <img>
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PostAuthor: richiebgood » Sat Nov 17, 2007 6:02 am

Any demo of this?
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Re: I made a form for my site.

PostAuthor: XHIBIT » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:24 pm

Yeah a demo would be nice
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Re: I made a form for my site.

PostAuthor: MWE_001 » Sun Feb 17, 2008 12:48 pm

yeah Im with ya's on the demo. I have been after something like this for ages on end now. I would love it to make a dj application page for my radio website.

I have one installed and working now, but it is for a clan. I just tweaked it a tad to make it work for now.

Ahhh for a working demo, just visit the website. I messed around with it for a few minutes and made a makeshift Dj application form. I didnt save it though. Im going to go back and create another one that is useful for my website.

Very good find. <img>
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