Hi guys, I just created a form with html and have set it up so when the submit button is pressed the form is sent via e-mail. I was wandering if it was possible that once the submit button was pressed a new window will pop up saying thanks??
Here you go. It's rough and basic. It's my first website in DW after using text edit.Well, then we'd need to see the code you're working with the give a possible solution.
Thanks for the advice. College in the uk is for 16-18 year olds the it's university ( so slightly different from us if you didn't know). The college I go to is very basic, the task is very basic. use as many tools as possible to create a website for a lifestyle product. We don't have servers etc so I can only test on my machine. I had to do the submission using e-mail as I have nothing else to work with. Because everything we are assigned to do is always so basic I run into difficulty all the time with no help. It's Do xx by xx. That's it.Please use the HTML code block (the <> button on the toolbar) when posting HTML code. It's very hard to read when you just post it as is.
It looks like you're currently processing the form at all, just using a mailto: link in the action. You need to use PHP or another server side language to process the form. There are tutorials for doing this though, just be sure to follow one that takes security in mind. You should also check out your class book as you seem to be missing some very important skills. Making a registration form takes a bit of code for doing validation and everything. It would be very hard to get you started here considering the code you have right now.
We do have an It suite but it's a very basic one. Core 2 duo pcs on a basic line network.You're in college - help often means doing the research on your own. Find a tutor or teacher's aid if you really get stuck.
It also might earn you some points if you casually inform your professor or whoever is in charge to invest in academic discounted licensed copies of WAMP or MAMP. The first is for Windows, the second is for Mac, both integrate an Apache web server, MySQL database and PHP into your computer depending on your platform. Install one and turn your computer into a server perfect for development and testing locally. Google each for further details and trial downloading.
Then you can start learning how to become a web developer, which means not just the front end form, but processing it back on via PHP. Plus you'll have a local database to play with for more complex projects in the future. For the record, this assumes your UK university doesn't have a computer lab. Something tells me you're not telling us the complete story, I understand colleges are different across the pond, but... not THAT different!