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- Rudi Cheow
September 16, 2004, 11:10 am
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I will test this when I get back, but just for now can any of you
confirm if the following idea will work...
I would like to embed a form into an HTML E-Mail. If I set the POST
action to a formmail script on the web, will there be a problem?
Also, what happens once the user clicks submit - is there any way to
define what they'll see in the e-mail window?
Would the use of an iFrame work (the iFrame html file being hosted
Any ideas appreciated.
Re: Embedding a Form in an HTML E-Mail - Possible?
I'm really interested in how this can work -i dont have much
experience in this area but was just thinking.. when I click a link
from an email in hotmail, it opens it up in a new 'hotmail' window, of
which the URL in the browser window is still a 'hotmail' url- loads of
additional information in there. If you're a hotmail user, you'll know
what I mean.
Given that the most popular way of passing information from form to
script is through the post method using a URL, would the details from
your form be passed correctly?
Hmm, food for thought, let me know how you get on!
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