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- Big Freaky
November 21, 2005, 2:43 am
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must be submitted before a specific time and date. I'd like to have an html
code that redirects people to the proper page before the submission deadline
and redirects them somewhere else after the deadline.
Can anyone help please?
Re: HTML Redirect
I don't know any Perl, sorry. And I don't know whether you're allowed to
http://www.scriptarchive.com/nms.html is an open-source replacement for
Matt's formmail, so you're free to change it (and I believe it is more
secure). Of course, you still need to know Perl.
Other than that, there are thousands of free form handler scripts
available. What server-side languages do you know?
Of course. :-)
BTW: Please quote the relevant parts of the message you are replying to,
and place your response below, as you see others in the group doing.
Re: HTML Redirect
Kill it. Kill it now. It only took a few months for spammers to start
bouncing all kinds of stuff off my servers. I stopped it, sent out a
system wide message as to why (lots of forms users) and went into
research mode. Here's what I came up with:
Not really. If you've got some programming skill in any language, it's
commented well enough for most to change what needs to be changed in
order to run on your site.
I've recently discovered PHP and am learning quickly; it uses just
about all the sytax of all major languages. Let's see, I just want to
print "Hello world". Is that print, echo, printf? Don't try to
remember, just type it in the way you remember with your favorite
languange and it'll probably work! It's enough to give us old
"structured programming" guys fits.
And PHP is free. I'm having fun developing an entire site that will be
developed largely with PHP, as always, learning as I go.
Stan McCann "Uncle Pirate" http://stanmccann.us/pirate.html
Webmaster/Computer Center Manager, NMSU at Alamogordo
http://alamo.nmsu.edu/ There are 10 kinds of people.
Those that understand binary and those that don't.
- Beauregard T. Shagnasty
November 21, 2005, 5:18 am