Someone with a simple .HTML/.PHP page and no content management system needs me to put up a "Contact Us" form. In the old days there were a lot of PHP scripts to do this, but I can't tell if any of them are still reliable and secure. Are there any recommendations for one? I'm familiar with all the great ones for Wordpress (Gravity Forms, Contact Form 7) but unfortunately can't use those because this site has no database. [more inside]
How can I edit/alter a friend's Google Spreadsheet Form so I can put my own answer in required list items? [more inside]
How do I create forms such as those on Facebook which expand/show extra options when you click the mouse into the text box. [more inside]
Why is it that certain textboxes on the web (Friendfeed, in this case) cannot be tabbed out of? [more inside]
Wordpress filter: I want to be able to create a form that can be used to add custom values to a certain post without having to do so from inside the admin panel. [more inside]
I have only the most basic HTML skills and I am posting a form on my Typepad blog, with some HTML provided by Yahoo groups. It all works great, except I would like to center the form on the page. I am hoping that someone here in the "hive mind" would be kind enough to tell me what code to put where in the following html so that the form will center? Many thanks!!! (code below) [more inside]
I'm developing a web site to be accessible by mobile phone. One of the key requirements is data input into a form that is submitted back to the server. This has been developed and works fine. One of the features of my K610i Sony Ericsson mobile phone is text prediction or auto completion of words. This is a good feature on the text fields, but some fields only require integer or floats (e.g., 12.34567). Integers can be input by either holding down each key for a full second, or by switching the "Writing language" to "123..." (i.e., integer input). Both approaches add a few seconds to the input process, but I'd like to make this is quick as possible. My question is: Is there a way, perhaps with a tag on the form field, to force my mobile browser to switch to the integer input for those fields? Do other phone brands (Nokia, Siemens) do this differently? Would a third party mobile browser, such as Opera, handle this somehow?
I would like a "Next" button to be invisible for a set duration of time. So far, my endevors have proved unsuccessful. [more inside]
I've successfully developed my own website using HTML and CSS. Now I need to add simple facilities for customers to order and pay on-line. What are some good on-line tutorial sites to help me? [more inside]
I would like to run a web server and more. Any assistance or advice out there? [more inside]
Where can I get a script for my websites that will allow me to ask questions of the user, and then, upon completion of filling out the form, that user is redirected to a specific URL? [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a secure form mail script? [more inside]
HTML FormsFilter: I'm building a short multiple choice survey. Is there a good, free online application which will help me do this? [more inside]
A client wants to enable fiile uploads via their web site. The web site is hosted outside the company and the files need to be uploaded to their FTP server which is hosted within or on-site at the company. Thus far all the components I've looked into upload to the web server. Is this simply the only option? Can anyone recommend a good component or alternate method? PHP, ASP are fine.