Booking Form?

  Mike@#36 11:16 16 Jan 07
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I am only a basic webmaster who uses Frontpage 2003.

I would like to include a page on my Scout Website where my Scouts can add their names to a list. Is this easy to do?

My experience so far is creating simple pages, albeit with fade in and inline frames etc then uploading them to my host etc so please be gentle.

  harristweed 19:56 16 Jan 07

I suppose like everything else, it's easy if you know how! If your host supports php you could have responses from a simple form written to a text file and then displayed as a list on a dynamic page..

Not difficult to do, but very difficult to explain how to do!

  Mike@#36 09:36 17 Jan 07

Thanks, do I need to learn about php then? or is it called something else.

  harristweed 09:11 18 Jan 07

I written a very simple version of what I think it is you want. You can see (and test it) at
click here

I have zipped the code for you to download.

If you need any further explanations-post back.

Hope it helps!

  harristweed 09:52 18 Jan 07

I absolutely agree fourm member but the propose of this was to get [email protected] going with php.

I have also found that open forms on the web are found by spammers and I'ts not long before your guestbook or similar is advertising Viagra or worse!

  Mike@#36 17:06 18 Jan 07

Thanks harristweed.

Very interesting but a bit on the complex side for me at the moment. I have found some online training which has helped me understand what is written in the code you have done, however it is probably something I am going to do at my leisure before putting anything on the net.

Fortunately I have also found createforms.com where you can build such things on someone elses server and just link to it from your own website. This also adds some styling and format etc and creates a small database that can be downloaded. So I shall give that a go whilst I learn more about php.

Thanks again

  Mike@#36 08:49 19 Jan 07

Thanks guys, I shall add these bits to my training.

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