Want pictures sent using frontpage form

Posted on 2004-11-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-07
I am using Frontpage. I have designed a form where customers can submit data. I want my customers to be able to attach photos  in one of the fields on my form. Is this possible? I am a rookie, so keep this in mind when you try to explain. I do not understand how this point thing works. If I have to pay for this answer, I want to know before it is provided.
Question by:Ranhi
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    Look here for great information on using File Uploads using ASP with source code examples at the bottom:

    This will get you started!

    Good Luck!

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    No, this is the one for sure if you can use ASP on your web server!

    Script code with instructions!

    Hope this helps!

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