Question about Frontpage 2000
I am having problems with Frontpage 2000. I have made both a form and a form comfirmation. I have added the info I need on it, and I have added the necessary HTML codes to have the form send it via email and go to the confirmation page. For some reason, it isn't working. I was wondering if someone could make a page, and then send it to me. I would fix it to have the things I need on it and fix the HTML to the right settings. my email is PDW_Robby@yahoo.com . Thanks for your help.
How do you have the "email" setup? DO you have a Email server?
I'm probably wrong when I say this, but I have a Yahoo email that I have it set to.
I dont know how to configure a web page to generate an email that is NOT handled by a email server other than your own....I honestly dont know if you can do that. (use Yahoo as your email gateway from a webpage)
I think your right you have to have the original email sent by the web pages email server, then you could have that email auto forwarded to any email you want.
On the HTML codes it gives me, it says copy and paste them into your webpage's HTML. In the codes it says emailredirect "firstname.lastname@example.org", meaning that it wants it to go to any email address.
Front page has a big problem.
Front page (when you add stuff like counters) insted of writting it in pure html what it does is writes a shortcut to a programme on the server (weather there is one or not). I fear this could be your problem if you are just useing the WYSIWYG component.
Anyway, I would suggest if the problem persists with no solution in site.... what you do is get a programme to filter the feedback from your site to your e-mail.
Glad to be of service.
If there is anything else I can help with e-mail:
FrontPage2000 creates forms which require applications on the destination server to handle the information.
(this is another one of those dreaded shortcuts)
This problem shouldn't be a big problem since there might be something on your Office 2000 discs that you put on your server and it will handle forms (that FP2000 creates).
Again the solutions you have are to resist using FP2000 and insted pull up note book and your 600page HTML reference and write it out like that or you can get a programme which again saves a lot of hastle (which wouldn't exist if FP2000 didn't depend on programmes to make it's sites work).
should send the email. The email will then contain the name you gave each item (textboxes etc) on the form with the value entered by whoever sent it.
<FORM method="POST" name="some_name" ENCTYPE="text/plain" action="mailto:ANY_EMAIL">
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