This form illustrates a broad sample of features of Huggins' Email Form Script. It illustrates some of the edits which are possible and it also illustrates the error reporting system. Feel free to try it here on this site. As you try it, enter "wrong data". For example, enter an illegal email address. Or enter different values in the phone number and phone number confirmation field. Or check too few or too many boxes. Once you get it right, the script will process.
If you enter your correct email address, you will receive back an email confirmation of what you enter. In addition, when I get your email I normally will reply back with a copy of what the system sent me, just to help out. (Note that my reply might take 24 hours because I'm not always sitting at my computer.)
Just because it is full featured, don't think it is complex. While this script provides substantial features for input checking and output formatting, these features are optional. It is possible to have this script accept a form, send the email, and then go to a new page on your site by (1) changing the "<form>" parameter to point to the script, and (2) adding two simple parameters to specify the addresses to send to and the new page to go to. This script provides the full spectrum from fast and easy to use all the way to sophisticated use. The documentation even includes a quick start guide to get your form working fast and then allows you to add more customized features.
In addition, I strongly encourage you to sign up for the HEFS Bulletin. I use this email list to notify users of bug fixes and new versions.
Just because, the "distribution" of the script includes a full copy of this page for you to study and/or use however you can.
This script uses Version 2.2.5 of the script. This new version became available 28.Sep.2013. This version includes all the changes that have been slowly added to the script over the past several years, including (1) substantially improved ability to control the look/feel of the error page( even following a "template" of your own site), (2) the ability store the answers in a CSV file on your server, (3) minimal improvements in the support of Windows Servers. While this particular demo page does not demonstrate all these features. please know they are there. In addition, I again strongly encourage you to sign up to receive the HEFS Bulletin.
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