Contact Form - Email

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Hello all, is it easy with responsive site designer to add a contact form that allows visitors to fill in name and email and message and then send it with a button-click to my email address ? One problem is that I cannot use the php mail function, which is deactivated on my server. I could use smtp ....
Thanks, Oliver

PS: I have been banned with my account kania.oliver@gmail.com, I don't have the slightest idea why, I just asked a question that was answered by a staff member and I answered with thanks ... I have not received any email that explains why I have been banned
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Hi ok,
Responsive Site designer has a html element that allows you to easily add your form code. Another way is that RSD does have form elements you can add but you still need to do all the back end scripts if you do it that way.
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I need to add a new page -- A contact form -- fill in name and email and message and then send it with a button-click to my email address. I assume I can do this directly form RSD.
Is there a (or more than one) tutorial on this subject. Also is possible a (my terminology??) a 'movie' on this subject.
On this page I will also have my details. addresses etc. I will once sent (on their click) I would like it to go to a page - Saying Thank you. I have done this in Dreamweaver www.printplus.co.za/contactform.php
My work so far -- is attached
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Why not use Web Form Builder Terry? This program already makes responsive web forms, and all the backend scripts are there. All you have to do is design your form and add it to RSD.

We have a full tutorial on how to do this here at http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/ … -designer/
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HI, I just want to have one contact form in my website. If I was building other websites (maybe later stage) I could warrant the cost, but not just one. Surely there is a way to have/build a contact form on one of my pages? Just a simple contact form is all I require. Hope you can help or point to a tutorial on this subject Thanks
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Do a Google search for Java form email from website.
They had a few, I didn't really check them out close since I really don't need one.
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CC's "Lite" Web Form Builder is free: http://www.coffeecup.com/web-form-builder-lite/
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I've been intergrating Mail Chimp with my forms. They work well together when you get the scripts right. I think CC and Mail Chimp have a relationship with each other. Love birds.

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Joe P. wrote:
CC's "Lite" Web Form Builder is free: http://www.coffeecup.com/web-form-builder-lite/


Do keep in mind that although it definitely is free, it's not free to use with your own server. To use the Lite version you must utilize CC's S-Drive to host the form(s) created with it. That's not a problem if you plan to use S-Drive, just giving you a heads up that you cannot export the form to use on your own server with the Lite version.
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Jo wrote:
Joe P. wrote:
CC's "Lite" Web Form Builder is free: http://www.coffeecup.com/web-form-builder-lite/


Do keep in mind that although it definitely is free, it's not free to use with your own server. To use the Lite version you must utilize CC's S-Drive to host the form(s) created with it. That's not a problem if you plan to use S-Drive, just giving you a heads up that you cannot export the form to use on your own server with the Lite version.


Really? That's a shame. I love CC but do not like being limited/forced into having to use something I don't need.
Sadly, having trouble finding what I believe I need.
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