Please excuse me if I got off topic. New to getting help for this java script option.
I have created a simple html form, not fancy, I do have to admit it, the form can use some fancy sprucing up though.
Scenario, I have a main html document, a home page. On the page I don't want to directly leave a form for a user to directly fill out, but on the home page, have a hyper link that opens to the basic form then the visitor can fill out the 3 items. The idea is that I don't want to use captcha either. I don't want the html page that has the form open directly into a whole page but open it up to the size of the form around the table or a little larger.
Can that be done?
Honestly, I've research this an can get some useful information. I found this website: http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/sh...ize-using-HTML
, that talks about this very same topic.
I like it.
My Question, with example 1 provided, how can I get the example of a basic window pop up, which is a legit pop up, nothing spamy about it or such, to work?
The code that is provided is java script, but doesn't show how to place the code into the home page or exactly implement the java script to do what I need the form/window to do.
Example 1: Create a Basic Popup Window
The example code provided is this:
But I don't know how to implement that code that was provided as an example. I believe the code needs tweaking, can you help? Simple, not elaborate?
My basic html form:
<FORM METHOD=POST ACTION="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" ENCTYPE="text/plain">
<BR> Name: <INPUT TYPE="text">
<BR> E-Mail: <INPUT TYPE="text">
<TEXTAREA ROWS="12" cols="50">
<INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Send">
<INPUT TYPE="reset" VALUE="Clear">
<!-- END OF FORM -->