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    Unhappy no clue

    what is PHP? can I take a form that is not PHP and turn it in to one? I was told that it is better than JScript. s that true?
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    Ok, PHP is a server side language. The only thing it has to do with your form is the form handeling (ie. sending the completed form to an email, etc). Also, PHP is not even in the same ballpark as javascript (I'm assumbing you meant that and not JScript...) As I said, PHP is server side, and javascript is client side.

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    Just to confuse things, you can run javaScript server side.

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    Umm.... yeah, you could, if you happen to ever find a server that supports it...

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    I found one a while ago. Weird server, too. It didn't support .htm file extensions...

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    I expect you mean by Javascript that runs on an server you mean Jscript.NET?
    or something else..??
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