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Siten0308

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Hey guys,

I have been looking into form mail for my project at school, so I decided to get a website from the internet, and use it and add new and other features to it. what I stumbled upon doing formmail, I checked the code below:

<p><font size="3"><input type="submit" value="Submit Resume" tabindex="60"> <input type="reset" value="Clear" tabindex="61"> </font></p>

This is the code for the submit button, however when I look further, it does not show where the submitting information is going to... it just says about and the features of the submit button. Dont you guys think if it wanted to be sent to an email the code should look like this?

<input name="" type="submit" tabindex="60" onClick="employment@rrmca.com" value="Submit Resume">

what this says here is the same thing, however the onClick="employment@rrmca.com" is added so it can be send to that the form can be sent to employment@rrmca.com. tell me if I am wrong, sorry if I sound like a novice, but I need help learning this and getting this code right. it will not send to employment@rrmca.com everytime I fill out a form.

thanks guys for any help
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You need to make a php send script.

Have a look at my other post below for details...

http://www.geekstogo...a...28&t=126381

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Hey thanks Allsortsshop,

That example helped, but sadly I am sadly a novice when it comes to php, can you help me out? I hate to bug, but I really want this to work, maybe someday I will take the time to study more on PHP, do you recommend a book or website? but for now, can you help? I can maybe email you the html that I have worked on sorta and then fill in fields, or can you tell me what I need to input in the fields of the php?

Thanks again
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Yes sure.

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I wish you guys would have kept this discussion on the forum because I might have learned something. I have a similar problem with a form- and I can't figure out how to tell it to send the results where I want, and to redirect the visitor to the next page.
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