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Javascript Order Form?

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I need to create an order form for my page. A form where the user can enter information and can be submitted to an e-mail address. Something easy to install and add to. I was hoping it could be Javascript but can be something else. If someone could please provide me with a link to a good form.

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by:jaysolomon
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here is an order form
http://www.irt.org/instant/chapter8/sales/index.htm

here is some ways to email (however emailing should be done via server side language such as perl/cgi, asp, php, jsp)

http://www.irt.org/instant/chapter8/mailto/multiple.htm

http://www.irt.org/instant/chapter8/mailto/simple.htm

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by:Tutalian
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Sorry...I wasn't being specific enough. I need an order form where the user can enter (type info into fields) information. THen submit, sending to one of my e-mail addresses). I don't really care what language it's written in, as long as it has easy implementation.

eg.

First Name: _____________
Last Name: _____________
Manufacturer: _____________
Item Number: _____________

Submit
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by:jaysolomon
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What language does your server support?
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by:Tutalian
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Perl/cgi, PHP, ASP
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==Main.asp==
<html>
<body>
<form action = "sendmail.asp" method = "post">
First Name : <input type = "text" name = "first">
Last Name : <input type = "text" name = "last">
Manufacturer : <input type = "text" name = "manu">
Item Number : <input type = "text" name = "item">
<input type = "sumit">
</form>
</body>
</html>


==sendmail.asp==
<%
strFirstName = Trim(Request.Form("first"))
strLastName = Trim(Request.Form("last"))
strManufacturer = Trim(Request.Form("manu"))
strItem = Trim(Request.Form("item"))

set mymail = server.createobject("CDONTS.NewMail")
mymail.from = "xxx@yyy.com"
mymail.to = "xxx@yyy.com"
mymail.cc = "xxx@yyy.com"
mymail.subject = "Info from form"

mymail.bodyformat = 0
mymail.mailformat = 0
mymail.body = strFirstName & " " & strLastName & " " & strManufacturer & " " & strItem
mymail.send
set mymail = nothing

%>


Format the mail body whatever way you want.
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by:Tutalian
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I also want to add popups to this form. Is this possible? Also, how do I set up the submit button once I have all the information in the form?
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