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Save Feedback From Form And Display In Page


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I'm not quite sure where this question shoudl go so excuse me if there was somewhere is should have goen other than here.What I woudl like to do is save data entered into a form on a web page, then once moderated, display it within a web page. Basically I want a feedback page which shows previous feedback and allows people to enter new. Obviosuly I want to be able to check the feedback before it's displayed in case there is anything in there that can't be displayed.How can I do this please? If it's extremely complicated does anybody know of a software solution to handle it for me?Any information will be greatly appreciated.I look forward to your helpful replies.Huw

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Your after a comments/guestbook type script.Easiest way is to store the form data in a database (MySQL for example), using a server side language, such as PHP.Take the form data - insert it into the database, and then on the page, echo the contents of the database.The script itself would be more complicated, but thats the basic idea of it.:)

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sorry for the long time between your post and my replying, I set it to email me replies and it didn't send it. Have you any ideas where I coudl get a script like this? Would I be able to check the comments before they were displayed?

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sorry for the long time between your post and my replying, I set it to email me replies and it didn't send it. Have you any ideas where I coudl get a script like this? Would I be able to check the comments before they were displayed?
Almost anything is possible if you know the code :) :)As you dont, its best to go for a free script and see how it works, learn from it. Had a quick look at the link above and it looks pretty good. And you can customise the look by getting stuck into the CSS.:)
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