customer responce forms


G

Guest

I have created a form for customer responces. How do I link there response
to an email back to me? How do I also link the form together?
 
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C

Chris Leeds, MVP - FrontPage

to email the form back to you just right click the form, chose "form
properties" and configure the email address, etc. you'll get a warning
about it being a disk based web and asking whether you want FrontPage to
remove the recipient (don't let it).
also, for this kind of form to work you've got to publish to a server with
FrontPage extensions and via the http:// publishing method.

regarding the "link forms together" I don't understand what that means.

HTH

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G

Guest

Chris,

What I mean by linking the form together, is I have an entire page with
several tables on it for customer response. do they all respond seperately,
or can I link them and have one response per customer.
 
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Ronx

An HTML form starts with
<form ..... >
And ends with
</form>

Everything in between those tags is part of the form, and all fields in
there will be sent as part of the email.

Anything outside those tags is NOT a part of the form, and will not be
included in the email.

So, as long as all your tables are inside the <form..> ... </form> tags
there will be one email for each customer response.
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