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The PHP $_GET and $_POST variables are used to retrieve information from forms, like user input.
RainCaptcha is simple to use CAPTCHA for forms, it helps prevent spam submissions by creating images on the fly with embedded text.
Automated spam is wild now-a-days on the internet. Using this very simple method on your own custom made forms will eliminate any automated spam bot and stop spam on your website.
Today we will learn how to create a simple form in HTML and how to use this data in PHP. It's a straight forward step-by-step PHP tutorial suitable for PHP beginners.
In this tutorial you will learn how to build a quick and simple contact form for your website.
In our software we often use drop-down menus. To make things easier I have coded functions for the most commonly used ones – date drop down, drop down to list database entries, and drop down to be populated from simple non numerated PHP array. All these drop downs are for example used in our autoresponder software. They just generate HTML code which is then output in your HTML forms.
When you have a website, sometimes your users will want to contact you. Either to give feedback, report an error or just to pass comment on something. So having a contact form is the simplest method for a user to contact you. Here we will look at making a contact form linked with an e-mail address with some security included to prevent spam from your website.
Welcome to part 3 of create a beautiful contact form from scratch series. In this series we’ve covered how to design a contact form in photoshop then convert our design to HTML and CSS. In part 3 of this tutorial we will be making our contact form work using PHP. So if you’ve followed part one of then tutorial and part 2 then you’re ready for part 3.
Save time, reduce maintenance pains, simplify your code, and do it all while feeling like a freakin’ genius! In this tutorial, learn how to use variable variables, lookup arrays, and a bit of clever programming to simplify form handling in a big way.
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