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Re: form and html page

Post by wb_user » Tue Apr 17, 2018 4:24 am

hello pablo ,
can you build a example form work on html page to i learn that ?
i try but i never cant make html page workable form from that time :(

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Re: form and html page

Post by Pablo » Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:00 am

I'm sorry, I cannot create examples for you.

However, the only thing you will need to do is set the form's action to another (PHP) page.

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Re: form and html page

Post by robertz » Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:11 pm


This is a solution from Navaldesign. See the complete post at the bottom!

Re: Help with seperate form mailer from html page please

Post by Navaldesign » Tue Dec 22, 2015 5:57 am
Yes, but there is an even simpler way.

Make your index page .html if you need so.
Create in WWB another page, with a BLANK form, and use the Built in form processor, then set its properties AS IF it was to process your index page form. This page MUST be .php. Name the page "processor" and publish it. Have a look at the page HTML (from inside WWB) and you will see a line of code like this:

if ($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST' && $_POST['formid'] == 'form1')

Write down the value "form1" or whatever WWB has assigned, you will need it in a few minutes.

Back in the index page: set the form properties as follows:

1. Do NOT set the form to use the Built in form processor.
2. Method = "POST"
3. Action = "processor.php"
4. Encoding type: Multipart / Form data

Add a hidden field in the form, named "formid" and give it the value "form1". This is necessary or the page "processor" will refuse to process the form.

You are now ready. The "index.html" page submits the form data to the "processor.php" page which processes it and behaves just as if you were using the built in form processor directly in the "index" page.

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