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Old November 20th, 2003, 01:05 PM
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Hi all,

I'm an absolute beginner at ASP so please bear with me.

What I'd like to do is this: I would like to create a feedback form using ASP code.

These are the following requirements:

I want to have a Name field where users can input their first and last name. I also need to have an e-mail address field as well as a comment field.

P.S. I asked my Website Development instructor whether the MATC Student Web Server supports ASP or not and she told me it does.

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I am one of those people that you call "Microsoft Access Freaks". I'm addicted to Access :(

just search for an easy email component (for example www.aspemail.com)

then create your form (ask your wise website development instructor for help about that)

piece of cake
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What kind of feedback form, you want what the user enters in your form to be emailed to you?? How do you want the ouput of your form. if you want it emailed you do not need a database, unless you want it saved there as well.

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