Contact form


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Tanja

Posted: 2/15/2010
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Hi,

Can anybody tell me how you make a contact form in the website? For instance like the form you find here (http://www.tisentodrachten.nl/index.php/contact)

Thanks for your help!
 
Mark C

Posted: 2/16/2010
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http://info.template-help.com/print/after_sale_support/working_with_html/Advanced/article14.html

Or you could use the form that comes standard with whatever CMS you are using - Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, etc.
 
Garry

Posted: 2/17/2010
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Which CMS are you using
 
Mark C

Posted: 2/23/2010
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If you type 'creating a contact form with Dreamweaver' into Google.com here is the first result:

http://dreamweaverspot.com/adobe-dreamweaver-tutorial-contact-forms/

Dreamweaver Tutorial - Create a Contact Form In Dreamweaver

That might help.

Mark C
www.aDesignforLife.net
 
Garry

Posted: 2/24/2010
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Following may also be helpful:

http://www.tele-pro.co.uk/scripts/contact_form/
 
Dave Porter

Posted: 3/4/2010
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@ukwebguy - yes unfortunately this behaviour has been going on here for months. These forums remain un-moderated and remain so basic that anyone can purport to be anyone else. Despite many suggestions to Artisteer to improve things, they just keep repeating that they are going to replace the forums with a better one they are working on !
It's time something was done !
 
Chazzer

Posted: 10/7/2011
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Back to the topic :

http://jotform.com

Simple, quick, reliable, free.
 
JOC

Posted: 10/11/2011
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I've found it.

You need to select 'Embed Form' and then click on 'Display on your site' and click the source Icon. This then provides the HTML that you can cut and paste into the HTML right clicked link on the article field in Artisteer!

"Simples" said the Meerkats!

Now I need to test it!
 
diana perez

Posted: 5/18/2014
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Quote JOC:

I've found it.

You need to select 'Embed Form' and then click on 'Display on your site' and click the source Icon. This then provides the HTML that you can cut and paste into the HTML right clicked link on the article field in Artisteer!

"Simples" said the Meerkats!

Now I need to test it!