How Can I Have The Send Button On An HTML Form Send Info Directly To My Email?

20th of October 2013 1

How Can I Have The Send Button On An HTML Form Send Info Directly To My Email?

Also when someone hits send how do I drect them to wnother HTML page?

Best answer:

Answer by JBere
To direct them to another page, just include the hyperlink as part of the button’s code.
Sending email is a bit trickier, and is impossible in HTML alone. Best bet if your website supports it is to use PHP.

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  1. Mr. Tacki 9:58 pm 20/10 of 2013

    You will have to use a server-side email form. leads you through the steps to make the redirected page.

    Recommend using a server-side script language if your web site allows it. Otherwise, you will have to use a client-side dependent “mailto:” action to get the form info sent to you.

    Your current hosting package or service MUST allow SMTP ( ) to work. Otherwise, no email can be sent.

    PHP: Sending Email Tutorial (Text/HTML/Attachments):

    Use any of the below sites to make the workable form you need:

    These are really good online form makers. Just follow the instructions for making it and uploading file(s).

    How to Make a Slick Ajax Contact Form with jQuery and PHP:

    Contact Form Generator:
    WYSIWYG Form Maker:



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