|Feb 11, 2008, 07:45 PM||#1|
Forms in iWeb
Well as a the title says forms in iWeb.... So is it possible?
And if so does anyone know how to or know a tutorial?
"There is a world elsewhere" - Coriolanus
|Mar 27, 2008, 03:26 PM||#5|
Response-O-Matic is great. You get unlimited fields (questions), and the only "ad" is a little logo and link that comes up on the form submission / status page.
Limitation of the free account - you only get ONE form per account. How do you get around this? Use a different email address (or, .Mac alias...) and create another account.
I have two forms set up under two .Mac alias addresses.
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