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    Working with a flash XML PHP contact form.

    Hello all,

    I am currently working with a flash XML PHP based contact form.

    I really need help setting up the components that I require on the stage of this flash contact form and with the configuration of the XML files and the contact.php file.

    As it stands, all that is on the current contact form are some text fields and a submit and clear button.

    I need to add additional text fields along with several radio buttons, a drop down list with 4 options and a text area box.

    If anyone has the knowledge and can assist me with this I would greatly appreciate it as I am working with a very small window of time to get this site completed and published.

    Thank you in advance to anyone that can help me...

    Kevin

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    Well the textarea box could be the same as a regular input box, or you could use the components in Flash.

    http://www.adobe.com/support/flash/a...reating_forms/
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    Jeremy,

    Thanks for the support link. I do not think I have came accross this particular tutorial before. It looks like this could be exactly the answer that I have been searching for!!

    Cheers,

    Kevin

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremywilken View Post
    Well the textarea box could be the same as a regular input box, or you could use the components in Flash.

    http://www.adobe.com/support/flash/a...reating_forms/

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    Glad to help, post any further questions here and I'll try to help!
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    seems like a good tutorial, only its flash mx circa 2002... I wish adobe would update all of their tutorials for as3.

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    lol sweet thanks. i might try this one since my mailer isn't working :|

    by chance, do you happen to know of one with asp.net instead of php?



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    I could search, but don't know of any specifically. If you are familiar with asp.net, then the Flash part will be the same I suspect except with the file.asp instead of file.php.
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