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    Smile I'm starting a webpage( and i'm a noob)

    alright...um i'm having trouble with a submit button

    I want to create a submit button but do not want to to come up in an e-mail form i want them to just right what they want and make it go to my e-mail

    can someone please tell me a way to do that!

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    Hi there, welcome to the forums.

    Yes, you can do this. But it involves using a server-side script like Perl, or PHP, or ASP.

    Your host may well provide access to something called sendmail. You can guess what it does Have a look at your hosts frequently asked questions or contact them to find out.
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    If your host doesn't support this, you can find third party form processors at http://hotscripts.com .

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    Unhappy yea

    on the hotscripts website were wood i go to find a third party website im sort of confused?

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    its scripts you download from them, then install on your own server.
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    Talking help

    im probably hetting on everyone's nerves rihgt now but what do i type in to find the software to download in the little search box

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    It's not only scripts that you can install yourself. They also have sections for third party (or remotely hosted) scripts.

    http://www.hotscripts.com/Remotely_Hosted/index.html



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