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    I appreciate your argument, but let me hasten to...

    I appreciate your argument, but let me hasten to add something to my premise about newer not always being better. Maybe even better than my "guitar analogy", if a tree falls in the woods and no one...
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    I know the thread is very old, but I just thought...

    I know the thread is very old, but I just thought I'd chime in and mention that I finall did come to learn and understand a bit more about how to write my own PHP driven forms. I've been criticized a...
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    the reason i did this... action="

    the reason i did this...

    action="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]) . $formAnchorPos; ?>"

    where "$formAnchorPos" might be "#wheretogo" or might be empty depending on the program...
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    @deathshaddow OK, well I will offer thanks,...

    @deathshaddow

    OK, well I will offer thanks, because I did ask for comments. But I will offer some of my own too. First, a few minor points, I'm not working in WebPlus. Webplus I d/ls and bought...
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    YAY!!! I've got it. Here's my final form. Its an...

    YAY!!! I've got it. Here's my final form. Its an advertisement for my guitar lessons. If you scroll down you'll get to the form. I'm not doing a lot of validation this time... the user might want to...
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    @deathshaddow... Ah Yes! Thanks for that. And...

    @deathshaddow...

    Ah Yes! Thanks for that. And even better...


    <form method="post" action="<?= htmlspecialchars($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]) . $formAnchorPos ?>" id="contactform" >

    where...
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    So can my form have two actions? Currently my...

    So can my form have two actions? Currently my form tag looks like this...

    <form name="contactform" method="post" action="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]);?>">

    But anyway......
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    Solved it! If anyone has a similar problem,...

    Solved it! If anyone has a similar problem, here's what to do. In my case it was a page with a mail form near the bottom, so when the form was POSTED, I wanted the updated page to scroll back to...
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    scrolling around a PHP page

    Is it possible in PHP to force the html in the page to scroll to a specific position? I may have shot myself in the foot, taking a long page that had a javascript form at the bottom, and turning it...
  10. W3fools! Hahahahahah!!!

    W3fools!
    Hahahahahah!!!
  11. Its been a long time since I saw pre-wrapped...

    Its been a long time since I saw pre-wrapped email messages. i never liked them and I guess now I know where they came from. But bottom line, I saw this in a few form tutorials on the W3schools.com...
  12. is the 70 character limit in PHP email obsolete?

    While cobbling together my first PHP email form, I forgot to do the wordwrap() call to trim my message lines to 70 characters, before doing the mail() call. I only realized my mistake after viewing a...
  13. Hopefully you read my last post, where I did my...

    Hopefully you read my last post, where I did my best to thank you and everyone for all the support. But this one point about security i want to clarify, which somehow got missed. The main reason I...
  14. deathshadow: thanks for all that. I really...

    deathshadow: thanks for all that. I really appreciate you're taking the time. I will study your code, especially in light of now having messed with PHP encough to read it and learn some things from...
  15. [RESOLVED] HTACCESS for a private directory

    I've created a private directory on my HOSTMONSTER.COM provided site. When you create a private directory using hostmonster's control panel, it generates an .htacess file, and puts it in the...
  16. Any others have any thoughts on this? Again, my...

    Any others have any thoughts on this? Again, my reason for even considering processing mail form in a PHP file, is to make my email address invisible to spammers. Thats what all the tutorials I've...
  17. ginerjm... OK, that makes sense... sure if all...

    ginerjm...

    OK, that makes sense... sure if all the html AND the PHP functionality are all in one file, it should be a lot easier to exchange data, show errors, and retry without ever leaving the...
  18. ginerim: Based on what you said, it would seem...

    ginerim: Based on what you said, it would seem then that using header() to go back to the form that contained the errors was a reasonable thing to do. But back to my original issue, I have not been...
  19. I appreciate all that deathshaddow. To be honest,...

    I appreciate all that deathshaddow. To be honest, its mostly over my head. As I said I was a total "newb" at PHP, and maybe I should have added that today's 'rainy afternoon project" (my mailform)...
  20. easy (or is it?) way to help a user with a mail form

    I'm a total newb at PHP, but I'm an OK coder in general and thought an HTML email form that uses a PHP script (in a separate file), would be a good way for me to learn. My hosting company's mailform...
  21. I know its been a long time, but I have so many...

    I know its been a long time, but I have so many projects going its a wonder I even had time to look into any of this. But I wanted resume the thread to mention that I was ORIGINALLY very impressed...
  22. No I didn't. Not a word. And it was both...

    No I didn't. Not a word. And it was both form-mail, AND an address on my own domain that doesn't get filtered without my knowing. I can't imagine how they could have done what was promised anyway.
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    kiwostech: You know, "simple" and "user...

    kiwostech: You know, "simple" and "user friendly" are relative terms. I've been playing the guitar for over 40 years and am considered a pretty decent player. I guarantee if you picked up an...
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    Thanks PittsburghRed. I think you're right, and...

    Thanks PittsburghRed. I think you're right, and I'm digging into Joomla too. I just wasn't used to CMS systems and was fighting with the themes in wordpress, unsure how to locate the CSS elements I...
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    AJAX Well I'm very interested in the the part about...

    Well I'm very interested in the the part about being able to exchange data with a server, because it means a database could become a link between software communicating with real devices, and updates...
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