<form action="*" method=GET>
Will call itself, so the URL will stay the same. You can then assign the input to variable(s), and configure the form accordingly. E.g.
$Email = $_GET[Email];
You should add some error checking etc. but that is the basics.
Does it work without PHP?
PHP website builder
No, sorry. You also need to check whether your site host supports PHP (if you choose that option). Pretty well all paid ones do, but some free hosts do not.
Okay, I have been trying all sorts of website builders but they don't have PHP coding.
PHP coding is not a property of a web editor as far as all the editors I have used. You must do the coding for yourself unless you are pasting in a pre-made script for use. Visual Editors are harder to use in this aspect as there are extra steps you must use to get any code added to the page.
Might help with form making:
Setting Up the SMTP Service: http://www.code-crafters.com/ability...rial_smtp.html
PHP: Sending Email Tutorial (Text/HTML/Attachments): http://www.webcheatsheet.com/php/sen...attachment.php
Use any of the below sites to make the workable form you need (Just follow the instructions for making it and uploading file(s)):
Contact Form Generator: http://www.tele-pro.co.uk/scripts/contact_form/
WYSIWYG Form Maker (Easiest to Use): http://www.jotform.com/?gclid=CNKhqe...FRQhnAod6laUqA
Free Forms: http://www.jotform.com/form-templates/
http://www.reconn.us/content/view/12/34/ (Download - Contact Us Script)
Form Service: http://www.mycontactform.com/
Online Free Tool, PHP Contact Form Code Generator: http://www.htmlbasix.com/contactform.shtml
PHP Mailer Script Step by Step: http://www.htmlgoodies.com/beyond/ph...le.php/3855686
PHP Sending E-mails: http://www.w3schools.com/PHP/php_mail.asp
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