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Microsoft Frontpage 2000 - Using Web Page Forms & Form Page Wizard
Forms allow you to receive information from the visitors to your web site. The forms can be created manually or by FrontPage's Form Page Wizard. To use the wizard, select File|New|Page from the menu bar.
Microsoft Frontpage Articles - How To Send Form Results to Multiple E-Mail Addresses in FrontPage 2003 - This article describes how to send results that are collected from a FrontPage 2003 Web site form to multiple e-mail addresses. In the method that is described in this article, you create two forms and a confirmation page, and then link the forms together so that they share form results.
Controlling which form fields to save in Microsoft FrontPage
When you inspect the results file of a FrontPage form you've created, you may discover a field name called "B1" that has no data associated with it. This "phantom" field is actually your form's Submit button. While passing this field name to your form's results file shouldn't cause you any problems, you can easily instruct FrontPage not to pass the name to the data file.
Making form text fields wrap in Navigator in Frontpage Tutorial
With text boxes in forms or discussion forums, there’s a key difference in the way Microsoft Internet Explorer handles text entry from the way Netscape handles it.
Build a Form that will Post to a Database - This tutorial builds upon the previous tutorial. We will send data to the speakers.mdb database through our FrontPage form.
Creating Forms in Microsoft Frontpage 97 Tutorials - Forms are one of the important ways in which a website use as means to communicate with its viewers. Two things are involved with forms: creating it, and submitting it.
Microsoft Frontpage Articles - How to use hidden fields in a form in FrontPage 2003 - This step-by-step article describes how to use hidden fields in your forms.
How to Design a Custom Confirmation Page in MS Frontpage
When creating form components in FrontPage, a default confirmation form is given when a form is submitted. It's ugly and displays the form results through the browser in a default format. YUK!!! (that's a technical term). It's so easy to create your own that give the same results and you can customize the page to match your site once you know how.
How to Go About Designating a MS Frontpage Custom Form Confirmation Page
When you create an online form, FrontPage automatically generates a confirmation page. This page, which appears after the user clicks the Submit button, lists the data he or she entered and includes a link back to the form. If you don't like the standard page, you can create your own and instruct FrontPage to display your custom page instead.
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