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Has anyone used or currently use gbcf-v3 Contact Form??

 

I'm currently stuck and I need someone who is willing to help me through my problem

 

any help is more than welcome

 

here is my contact PHP

 

 

Fields marked (*) are required


Email From:* 



Full Name:* 



Comments:* 






 

and I'm currently stuck with these 2 steps:

 

9. Add the link to the style sheet and the focus JavaScript file - for form field

focus effects for Internet Explorer - to the head of your contact form page

(see Figure 1), then add the PHP "include" to the body content area of that

same page (see Figure 2). Go live and worry not.

 

 

Figure 1 Note: You may choose to add the form styles to your own style sheet or

do something else such as use existing styles. It's your call. Use the default

style sheet to see what classes you have available to you. The style sheet name

in the example is default.css. Change as needed if using a theme.

 

<?php include_once("gbcf-v3/form.php"); ?>

 

Figure 2 Note: In all cases above, adjust the path to the files to meet your needs

such as if your contact page is in a folder: ../gbcf-v3/form.php.

 

 

any/all help please?!!

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<form method="POST" action="send.php">
Fields marked (*) are required


Email From:* 



Full Name:* 



Comments:* 




</form>

 

should be in your file with a .php extension (I'm not sure whether the final

should be there, it depends on what comes next).

 

You've got a mixture of HTML and XHTML coding at present, so I've chosen HTML. The html file should have a HTML 4.01 doctype and a head section and you copy and paste

 

 

into the page head section (the final /> in your post at the end of media="screen" is for XHTML but only > for HTML ).

 

In your body section (try the top but you can put it somewhere else) you copy and paste

 

<?php include_once("gbcf-v3/form.php"); ?>

 

The gbcf-v3/form.php file and gbcf-v3/files/themes/default.css and gbcf-v3/files/focus.js should all be in the same folder as the form php file and all should be in the same host server directory.

 

I hope that has a result.

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I'm having a bit trouble understanding exactly what your problem iss (forgive me if I'm just too slow:-).. Could you try to describe, in a few sentences, what exactly your problem is?

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I'm having a bit trouble understanding exactly what your problem iss (forgive me if I'm just too slow:-).. Could you try to describe, in a few sentences, what exactly your problem is?

 

No worries, I finally figured it out. I was looking waaay to far into the program, it was actaully quite simple.

I needed to set my directory to ./ not just /

 

weird I know, but that's php for you:D

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