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Author: Subject: Re submit email

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Registered: 1/18/2005
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posted on 1/18/2005 at 12:17 PM Reply With Quote
Re submit email

Hi, I hope you can help. I am setting up a form submission page using Tigra Form Validator, but am a newbie.

Where do I input my email address, so the form when completed, will be emailed to me?

Does my email address go in the validator.js somewhere?

Looking forward to your advice.

Kind regards,
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posted on 1/29/2005 at 06:16 AM Reply With Quote
Submitting emails!

Yes, I would like to know this myself! Your question was asked quite a while ago - I hope we get a response very soon!!


And thanks in advance!!!

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posted on 2/17/2005 at 12:01 PM Reply With Quote

Don't know if you guys already have found out but try this.

<form action="mailto:[email protected]" method="post" name="registration" enctype="text/plain" onsubmit="return v.exec()">

Add your own emailadres in there after mailto:.
On submit however due to a security thing, confirmation is being asked.


My post code format seems to be a little different.
Like this 1234 AB.
If I fill that out I am getting an error saying it is not the right format.

How do I change that.

Also, I am having problems with county.
I am not sure but I think you can only add 2 letters or something.

Anyone knows where I can add those to fit my needs.

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posted on 2/17/2005 at 06:36 PM Reply With Quote

Tigra Form Validator is pure client side product. Its job is to verify the values in the form. When form is approved it is submitted to the server side just as regular HTML form without validation. Script doesn't generate emails. You can use one of the numerous form-to-email scripts available on the net in conjunction with Tigra Form Validator.
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