Sorry for being so dense. I’m still new at this website design business…
I have a customer that has a form on his or her website where they want to be able to send a WEB CODING email autoresponse soon after a visitor fills inside form and visits " submit". I’m currently using formmailPHP to touch the form submittal.
I’ve the HTML mail complete and wanting to deliver, I just can’t figure out how to do this.
The host I’m using has an alternative to do a great autoresponse from a great email account, so I’m already doing this for each form submittal, however problem is some people only support wording email responses, definitely not HTML.
Any ideas Your help could be greatly appreciated!
You must have got some autoresponders together with your hosting If you login to the control panel and set one upward, that will function. But it might only undertake it for all emails sent to a certain deal with…
I’m certain someone can explain how to exercise in PHP or something…
The way it might appear you realize something about PHP and
happen to be using PHP, here’s a link you may find useful:
http: //www. isitebuild. com/html-email-form. htm
With thanks, however as I stated previously, " The host I’m using has an alternative to do a great autoresponse from a great email account, so I’m already doing this for each form submittal, however problem is some people only support wording email responses, definitely not HTML. "
Thanks a lot for this info. It does have some very beneficial tips on CODE email.
I’m still trying to resolve my original problem – that’s to send a autoresponse HTML email when a website visitor fills out the shape and hits " submit".
I cannot force your webhost allowing HTML email results.
If they don’t offer that, you’ll have to create your own
FORM/EMAIL script. You can apply that… you really don’t need to
use the scripts provided simply by your webhost.
Yes, thanks again in your reply. I know I can’t pressure the host. That may be exactly my question – how to create a script that should perform this function I am aware some PHP however , not enough to compose the script me. I’m hoping someone will know about a script on the market already developed i always can use.
Here’s only 1 I found (from many on a Google search):
http: //www. tectite. com/formmailpage. php
The vast majority of free ones you get will require one to at
least include a connect to the author. Setting up PHP
screenplays is pretty easy (compared to Perl).
Thanks in this info! Greatly prized.