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About razeldazel2

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  1. Thanks, looks very much like what i am trying to achieve is not possible with HTML alone
  2. i guess i could be ok if i could figure out how to not display the "name=" and rather simply have what was imputed show on it's own. the problem is the way it stand now whatever name i give the INPUT will be used as the label in the email body. that's no good. if i leave the "name=" out of the INPUT element then it won't submit at all. in short, the email link is fine, the resulting content in the email body is not. i am the one eyed leading the blind here. i could tell them but not only can they not see but they also do not listen. that's why i am making this form. the form does not lea
  3. so no way around PHP. i have been looking at this as well but it doesn't specifically mention that i have to have PHP installed. does that mean that I don't have to? reason i am asking is because this is going to run on a network that i have very little influence of. i won't be able to install PHP in short. will this still work?
  4. i saw that, been looking at it a few times actually but this output: is exactly what i am trying to avoid. i want to cut out the "name=" and just have "Your Name" etc. if there is no way to style it i probably could life with that but this would be the bare minimum.
  5. so, what i am trying to do is send an email from an HTML FORM. i want to keep it somewhat simple, meaning i don't want employ JS or PHP. HTML and CSS only. what i have so far: <form name="DriveOnRequest" method="POST" action="mailto:myemail@example.com?subject=Drive On Request" type="text/html" content-type="Multipart/formdata" accept-charset="UTF-8" enctype="Multipart/formdata" > <table> <td> <tr> <th><label>Requestor Name:<abbr title="Enter your name if you are the requestor or the name of the person who you are re
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