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    Default Good Template - a sample for you to use

    From Version 2.17, FormMail now supports a new concept called the "good_template".

    This allows you to create an HTML page which will be displayed to the user after successful form submission. The page is a template because FormMail will replace field references with the values that the user submitted.

    You can use this feature for various uses, including providing a receipt.

    You can even include a print button. The template can be accessed as a static file on your server or via a URL. Accessing via a URL means it can work with dynamic web sites - the template is dynamically generated by your webserver.

    The sample below is designed to work with the sample form you can also download.

    Download Problems?

    If you can't download the attachment, it might be because of a bug in Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.

    In any case, you can use this alternate download location:
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    Last edited by russellr; 21-Jul-2010 at 03:59 AM. Reason: Now XHTML compliant. Checked at http://validator.w3.org/
    Russell Robinson - Author of Tectite FormMail and FormMailDecoder

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