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  1. I'm working on a Contact Form for my website. It works, except the "Phone" field doesn't show a phone number in the sent message. It's just blank where the number should be displayed. What am I doing wrong? - Thanks HTML: <div class="contact-form"> <h2 class="style">Contact Us</h2> <form action="contact.php" method="post" id="form"> <div> <span><label>NAME</label></span> <span><input name="cf_name" type="text" class="textbox"></span> &l
  2. Hi. Not sure if this is the right area for this but wasn't sure where it would fit exactly. I have a website hosted by A2Hosting which is currently using Wordpress and utilizing ContactForm7. The contact form used to use an outlook email and when a user filled it out, I would get it. The problem is occurring now since I've signed up for a GSuite email to use for my domain. After adding that email to ContactForm7, it fails to send me the email each time and tells me it's failed to send. I've tried using Easy WP SMTP without luck and also WP Mail SMTP. I haven't found a solutio
  3. Hello. Well I'm quite new to PHP (maybe you'll see it in my Q), but I do know some bits and pieces. Well I've come to 2 or 3 probs on my way to creating my contact form. I have a form on my website and it's working great, but my mails are sent to my gmail acc and I would love to know if there's a way to specify the sender in my $from line? Cause now my first lines of PHP looks like this: <?php // email address that will be showned as a sender $from = 'New mail from the website <newmail@mywebsitename.eu>'; // email address where the mail should be se
  4. Hello. A couple of weeks ago I concluded a couple of front end development courses and we only touched upon php coding. Since we didn't do much of it I used w3schools.com to learn some basics. I used the tutorial to make a contact form but I have a little problem. Currently the form is set (or rather was until I removed some code) to show anything that was entered in to the form on the site (basically like in this tutorial: https://www.w3schools.com/php/php_forms.asp). What I want the form to do is send the entered information to a predefined email address. But that's not all. It's going
  5. I created a contact form inside a wordpress container using the column selection. When I apply the code only inside the container it changes the color of the entire page to that background color of the form. Also, the form has side by side fields but for some reason onilne the fields are stacked. See photos. As you can see in the first picture I removed the background color. Thank you.
  6. I am making a contact form in a new template liquid for a shopify website. Everything works and looks great in desktop mode but I've noticed as you drag the screen to a skinnier size some inline-block elements jump down perfectly as they are supposed to, the problem is other smaller text boxes are jumping up over other text fields to try and fill that gap. Also I've had issues with the legend and labels abandoning the text box they belong to jump up the form and fill space. Obviously I do not want this, how can I fix it?
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    How do I get the following contact form to work: <form action="contact_form.php" method="post"> <div class="tm-contact-form"> <div class="form-group"> <input type="text" id="contact_name" class="form-control" placeholder="Name..." /> </div> <div class="form-group"> <input type="email" id="contact_email" class="form-control" placeholder="Email..." /> </div> <div class="form-group"> <input type="text" id="contact_subject" class="form-control" placeholder="Subject..." /> </div> <div class="form-group"> <
  8. Im having a problem with respect to sending out emails using XAMPP as my local server. After some resarches and videos... I found out that the mail function doesn't work automatically with local web Servers such as (xampp, wampp. ampps .... and all other kind of "amppss out there!"). I know that in order to the function work properly i have to reformat some php.ini and sandmail.ini files in the root of my server. My question is : Is there any other way of doing this ? i mean using the mail() function with my local server ON ? Do i really have to buy a server in order to use
  9. 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
  10. Hi folks! I have been using relatively clean and simple PHP contact forms for quite some time now. They fit my needs and are easy to work with. However, after submitting the message, it takes me to a gray screen with the nothing but text I programmed it to echo. It isn't an error or bug, but it's an ugly redirect and does not look professional. I would like to learn how to work with this in one of two ways: either submit the message without leaving the contact page, or add a redirect of some sort. This is the contact.php file I use. If anyone has input on how to do this, it'd be greatl
  11. Hello Is there any way to make my form set its width automatically based on the width of my fields? The problem I have is this, when I set the width of my form (e.g. 350px) and reduce the screen resolution to the minimum (Ctrl + mouse wheel) then the fields inside the form get totally messed up, i.e. the form frame becomes even smaller than the actual text areas. I wonder if there's any way I can achieve this so that regardless of the screen resolution they still preserve the same layout? thanks a lot. ps sorry about the formatting of my html code, aren't the tags supposed to indent it?.
  12. Hello, Does somebody know a simple security question script for my contact form.like what is 2+2 or what number comes after 7. Thanks.
  13. I have this contact form and really ned help with my php file. What would i need in my SendContact.php file in order for this form to work?? Thanks <div id="left"><div id="contact_form"><font size="+2"><b>Contact us?</b></font><p><font size="-2">Please use the form below to send us a message.</p></font><form method="post" onsubmit="return sendContact();" action="sendContact.php"><p><label for="name" id="lname">Full name:</label><input type="text" class="text" name="name" id="name" onfocus="input_focus('n
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