Join Candyce Mairs for an in-depth discussion in this video PHP email, part of Dynamic Dreamweaver Websites: Creating and Validating Forms.
Now I want to show you how to build the actual PHP information that's going to …create the email, and I have a file in here, an extra file in the Chapter Seven …start course files. So if you do not have those presently, …please replace the scuba vac files folder inside of either zamp or mamp in the HT …docs folder. Please replace your version of that …folder with the chapter seven start version.…
There are a few additional files that have been added within the chapter seven …start files, and those are the ones I'm going to be talking about. …I'm going to open up a file called testemail.php. …And we're just going to look at the code on this page, but here is how you can use …this file. I put this in the Course files. …This is an accurate working model of sending an email.…
The idea is you get this on your server, you enter your email address in two locations. …Enter it here and enter it here and all you have to do on your web server is open …this file in the browser and you should receive an email with a subject of test …
- Installing XAMPP on a Windows system
- Installing MAMP on a Mac system
- Using admin consoles
- Creating PHP pages
- Commenting code
- Working with web forms
- Adding custom validation
- Using redirects
- Dealing with email issues
Skill Level Intermediate
Layouts with CSS in Dreamweaverwith Joseph Lowery3h 33m Intermediate
Web Form Design Best Practiceswith Luke Wroblewski3h 46m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. Setting Up the Dynamic Website Environment
3. Introducing Dreamweaver
4. Working with PHP
5. Working with Web Forms
6. Using Form Validation
7. Creating the Action Page
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