migrating form to auto generation

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I have been using web form builder to generate an order form for each new customer. It is a simple form but does have some jqueries in it. The only difference in the form when we create it from one customer to the next is a text field, the email address for the confirmation, and table name to post the data to - all readily available from a customer profile in a shopping cart database i already have. I wish to generate the forms automatically when customer signs up which my programmer can do for me. We put each forms in its own unprotected directory (no log in required - there is no payment functionality needed-just data entry).
so question....I like the form we have created. How do I give he programmer the form as a template to use but without all non-used the CoffeeCup files that come with it? hope this makes sense
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sorry for the sloppy description of issue - I need to stop making hundreds of forms and automate the form creation upon customer signup and approval in my site. I do not want to require a customer to log in to access the form, so as a result, I think I need to place forms in unique directories. Need to automate their creation though
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Hi Telimon,
Figure out which files aren't needed then remove them and zip up the files and email them to your developer or give them ftp access to the files online.
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