> > >Wonder why the users send a message if they can
> > > see that it's empty???
> >Because they're stupid :-)))
> Watch it. . . I'm a user most of the time. ;-)
Aaargh! I didn't mean it like that! Just mocking the arrogance of
> Maybe I've never filled in a mailto form. I couldn't resist so I
> yours. Dora gave me several warnings and the option to see the text
> it was sent. Good Dora. Is 2_1=1119 and 2_2=1107 right?
U-huh. I couldn't use true/false as values (would have made cheating
easy), so I used numeric 6 different values that are assigned to
true/false. Kind of dumb. In a script, there will probably be a hash
file with something like
> No, no. The users won't get a single email. You will get maybe a
> a week or nothing at all and the forms sent to you will maybe have
> lines added to them. Nothing worse than that.
Hmm. This doesn't sound bad. I don't mind getting spammed a bit; I
just wouldn't want to have the users bothered.
> Do you have access to CGI on your server? If so why don't you
Yes, we have CGI access. And there definitely will be a script, after
the bad experience with the HTML form mail.
> BNBForm is a mainly copy and paste one. Even I got it to work in
> less than an hour, you'll fix it in half that time.
Uhmm, that sets a high standard (sweat!). I just d'loaded BNBForm,
but I also got loads of other form2mail-scripts. I was gonna install
them, but then developped the ambition to come up with an all-in-one
solution (form evaluation), and decided to go for the simplest
> PDF, tsssssss. :-)
(blush) Well, er ... an even simpler solution