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Creating Forms to send to my email

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Creating Forms to send to my email

Post by nextlevelgaming on July 19th 2012, 5:44 pm

I'm trying to make to different forms. I'd like to have a form where people can request to make their own GROUPS/CLAN. Also a form of ENLISTING into a TOURNAMENT.

I looked into the code for registration, is this possible to mess around with it and make it so that it will send to my email address? or what are the possibilities of this? If anyone could help me please

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Re: Creating Forms to send to my email

Post by Sanket on July 19th 2012, 6:48 pm

You can google for free forms, you will get many. Then add the code to a html page.

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Re: Creating Forms to send to my email

Post by nextlevelgaming on July 19th 2012, 8:33 pm

Yeah free forms usually have mailto: options which in case cause a secondary window to open like WINDOWS MAIL (not the right name for it). I'd like it to submit to my email once they click submit. I know basic HTML and some advanced html. Some CSS not much of javascript. is question is if i select the option of doing a mailto: function is it going to work correctly or will it open a secondary mailing platform

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Re: Creating Forms to send to my email

Post by nextlevelgaming on July 21st 2012, 12:30 am

thank you rideem alot of the sites i found used the function mailto: and i know javascript alot of times does nothing in the form script. some do though, and i was just stating the knowledge i had thats all. but thank you and ill try it out. but there is no way to manipulate the code function found in the register section of coding on phpbb2?

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