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  1. #31
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    The requested URL /bonnie/html_form_send.php was not found on this server.

    if these two files are in bonnie... delete bonnie.

    so try making it just this

    html_form_send.php

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    On it's way.

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    did you get the email submission i just sent through?

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    please let me know if you get the email submission that i sent through.


    http://www.wuno.biz/check/index.html take this down as soon as you look at it. just verify that this is the way it looks for you.

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    Sorry had to run last night. Had an early meeting this morning and didn't realize how late it was. Everything works great. Thank you so much.

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    Your welcome. If you would like ton understand better. You need to read up on index files and php arrays

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    Do you know anything about building blogs with out using wordpress?

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    I hate Wordpress. But it's a great option for someone who wants to manage their own blog. Other wise you will have to build the blog and then a gui for them to be able to have control over their site.

    Php

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    Theres wordpress.com and wordpress.org. People tel me I can use .com and add it to a html page. But some say know.

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    Either way Wordpress is Built in php and if your learning php that could be a good place to start. Why are you against using it?

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    ha ha oh I'm not at all. I all ready set up an account for my client with wordpress.com. I just want to make sure I can nest it into her website.

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    wordpress is installed on the server. and then you will just make the link for blog go to her blog. pretty simple.

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    Is this the way this one is done?

    http://aacwinnipeg.mb.ca/wp/?p=1#comments

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    hmm lol... I would not want something like that on my page.

    Its hard to explain. if you install wordpress it comes with themes. you can create the whole website around wordpress and then have the blog with out having to add anything. Plus its as easy as using a template to build the site.

    If your building this for someone i would take the extra time and make it look nice.

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    this is what you need to do..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51ZL9Ih3jlU

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