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    design2
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    Cool Urgent help PHP form.
    Ok, so I have little if any knowledge with the programming language php - only having created small enquiry forms. Now I have a client that needs a job order form with a little more function than having solely contact details and a big enquiry text area.

    The form I created in HTML is located at http://www.ebesign.co.nz/projects/ju...rder_form.html
    and has used javascript to validate the fields against spammers etc but now I am looking to process it all in a php form using the mail function.

    Basically I want my form to gather all the information including check boxes, drop down menu's and to email it to my client - simple enough request but I don't know the code and cannot find a worth while tutorial or php resource ( most out there are simple forms without drops downs, etc )

    Any help, suggestions, or recommendations?

    Much Appreciated netizens.
    Liam

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    Email me at eric[at]sitesbye.com and I can help you with your form. Please put the subject as PHP form, so my spam killer doesn't kick the email.

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    design2
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    you are goin to charge me aye?

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    Quote Originally Posted by design2 View Post
    you are goin to charge me aye?
    I might be able to help you out for nada.
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    design2
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    lol just playing eric - do you have any good php resources online that might interest me, i am thinking about trying my luck in programming in baby steps

    http://www.ebesign.co.nz/projects/ju...order_form.php
    and http://www.ebesign.co.nz/projects/ju...orm_submit.php

    all works brilliantly found some great advice in a specific php thread.
    cheers anyway e

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    Drop downs are like any other HTML form element - they have an identifier and a value. Just look in the $_POST array and they'll all be there, with current values filled in.

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    http://www.phpfreaks.com is good.

    Here is the drop down from code from http://www.twinforksclinic.com.
    $qty1 = $_REQUEST["qty1"];
    $heartworm = $_REQUEST['heartworm'];
    $qty2 = $_REQUEST["qty2"];
    $fleatick = $_REQUEST['fleatick'];
    $qty3 = $_REQUEST["qty3"];
    $revolution = $_REQUEST['revolution'];

    The $qty1 is the 1st drop down and so on. The "qty1" is the name of the drop down menu on the form.
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