Adding a feedback form in expression web

January 30, 2007 at 3:19 pm Leave a comment

Expression web allows you to set up forms in exactly the same way as you did in FrontPage but without the wizards. The problem here is you expose yourself to spam!

None of us like spam do we?

So how else can it be done?

Simple ASP – that’s how. Using an asp page and JMail which is a service you host most likely offers, one can make a simple feedback form that protects your e-mail address. The expression web feedback form tutorials explain how to set it all up and how you can have copies of the original e-mail sent to other e-mail addresses too.

You can simply cut and paste the code and make just 3 changes. Very simple.

http://www.expression-web-designer-help.com/forms/feedback-forms.htm

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