Submit Button on Publisher-Produced Website

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Nancy

Hi:

My submit button on my website does not function (it is
supposed to send the form to me as an email). It sends an
error message that the url cannot be found.

This button used to work. Even if I delete the button and
put in another in a different location, the same problem
recurs, making the order form useless.

Anyone help?
 
N

Nancy

-----Original Message-----
Form processing requires 2 things,
FP server extensions
and
http uploading.
This is covered on my faq page and also more in depth in my publisher
article section.

--
David Bartosik - Microsoft MVP
Visit www.davidbartosik.com
for Publisher and Web Design
Tips and How-to's.
David: Couldn't find info on your site. Where
specifically do I look? Thanks for your help!
 
D

dch

I have a submit button on my site & with my ISP I have to cut/paste
this into the appropriate source code on my page. The submit code I
get via Publisher 2000 does NOT work.

Revised/new code:

<form action="fpmailto.php" method="post" onsubmit="return
FSubmitValidation(this)">
<input type="hidden" name="s-email-address"
value="(e-mail address removed)">
<input type="hidden" name="s-email-Subject" value="ProMaintainer,
maintenance CMMS software">
<a name=top></a>


Here is the code that I had to change:

<form action="--WEBBOT-SELF--" method="post" onsubmit="return
FSubmitValidation(this)">
<!--webbot bot="SaveResults"
s-email-address="(e-mail address removed)"
s-email-format="TEXT/PRE" b-email-label-fields="TRUE"
s-email-Subject="ProMaintainer2000, maintenance CMMS software"
s-builtin-fields="Date Time"
b-email-subject-from-field="FALSE"-->
<a name=top></a>

I don't know if the above is even applicable to your prob.

Changing hosts would indicate to me that you did not get
the new server configured the same as the previous host.
You need FP extensions and you need to do http publishing
ONLY.
This is covered on the FAQ - www.davidbartosik.com/faq.htm
And in detail at
http://www.davidbartosik.com/pub2002/pub2002_22.htm
The latter covers verifying the extensions are installed
properly.

I also cover this topic visually in my tutorial on
uploading at www.davidbartosik.com/ppt.htm

David Bartosik MS MVP
www.davidbartosik.com



----------------------------------------------------------
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From: NancyGWright
Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 1:04 AM
To: David Bartosik - MS MVP
Subject: RE: Re: Submit Button on Publisher-Produced
Website


Thanks -- but I couldn't find the specific references on
your website: can you point me to specific references?
This submit button always worked until recently and I had
made no changes to my website except change hosting
companies. The hosting co. says it is not their problem
but a problem on the site. I can't find what that could
be and my order form is useless. Have tried redoing the
submit button but the problem always remains. The
hosting co. does have FrontPage extensions enabled, so
that isn't it! Desperate!

Nancy.
DeWayne
to auto reply remove the x from my address below
(e-mail address removed)
 
°

°°°MS°Publisher°°°

Get the ISP to give you the correct code.
Not all code works with all ISP's. If your ISP is using an non-standard
system, then Microsoft cannot cater for that.
This is not a Publisher issue.

--
 

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