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    Exclamation Email Form - help!

    I created a form in html for our Rescue. What I'm trying to do is that after the client clicks on submit it'll send the data to us through email or whatever on the server side. As long as the client's side isn't doing the work, thats all we need.


    I don't know programmer lingo, so please bear with me. I can read/understand pretty much any language (it just makes sense to me.. I coded in Java last night for the first time & it was well.. understandable lol) that has been throw at me so far, so I have no fear/preference in what language I have to work in to get it to work.

    I just need a template or something so I know where to start or what I need, so I can research it & create it.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!


    Also if anyone has the piece of code that I can run that'll tell me what services the server has (I use to have it but lost it long ago), that'll also be greatly appreciated.

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    Just ask your host which server side languages they support. Once you decide on a language, you should be able to find plenty of code examples using Google. You may find a ready made script that you can use and not have to code very much at all.
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    Assuming you have PHP support:

    http://green-beast.com/gbcf-v3/


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