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  1. I am kind of working on the same project, I am trying to build a website from a template. There is a blog page included in this template and I would like to get the comment section of this page to function. I am not sure what I need to do to get this part of the page functioning like it should. I have attached the blog page part of the template. This page is unedited so this is exactly what it looks like from when I downloaded it. Here is the link for the live preview of the template (www.spyropress.com/templates/bethlehem/blog_single.html). There are a lot of .css and .js included in this template, I have searched all these and haven't really found anything in these files that really relates to the comment section except for the style.css. This file is heavily loaded with coding for the comment section, however most of the coding is just for the look and feel not for the function of the comment section. I have attached this file as well. I hope someone can help me with this. If you need anything else please let me know. blog_single.html style.css coding.txt
  2. Thanks dsonesuk, after I took the subject line out it started to work just fine. I think that might have been the problem. You guys are great!
  3. Hello, thanks for the reply, I have had this same question floating around different place online for weeks and no one has taken the time to reply on it. After filling out the form, when I click on the "submit", I would like the data (name, e-mail address, subject and comment) to be sent to an e-mail address which is in defined in the top of the PHP coding "("RECIPIENT_EMAIL", heathmcdowell@yahoo.com). However when I click "submit" it says - "There was a problem sending your message. Please try again. Please close this tab/window, refresh the "contact us" page and try again. Which is what is suppose to happen if there is an error sending. But there shouldn't be any kind of error unless its in the coding. This is the page that the form is currently on for testing, www.nvaministries.org/nvaministries/contact/contact.html Thanks for all the help!
  4. I am having problems with a contact form. The form uses both HTML and PHP. The form itself, which is visible to the public, is in HTML, however it used PHP as part of the internal code. I have attached both the PHP and the HTML code in a txt document, now these are two different pages. I hope someone can help. Contact Form coding.txt
  5. Trying to finish this website

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