PHP Contact Form and Form Validation | Dreamweaver Tutorial – 1 of 2

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bit.ly Check out these great GoDaddy Hosting Plans! A Dreamweaver Tutorial by James at www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk TRY THE FORM OUT YOURSELF CLICK BELOW bit.ly DOWNLOAD THE FORM VALIDATION FILES HERE: bit.ly I get so many requests from people asking me James! when are you going to make a Contact Form Tutorial. In fact, it’s one of the most heavily requested tutorials that I get. It’s so difficult to find a really decent contact form that not only looks professional and contemporary but is also safe and secure, a contact form that protects your website from the threat of email injection but also validates the form automatically to save you a ton of admin work cleaning out your email inbox from half filled messages. You’re also looking for a contact form that can be easily adapted to fit any website. So were going to make a big bold form with big form input areas a large text area and generously sized submit button. But that’s not all. Well also be attaching an amazing form validation system, well style a thank you message that will appear after the form has been sent and then we’ll learn how to write a simple inline JavaScript redirect to send people to a page of your choice after the form has been submitted.
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25 Responses to “PHP Contact Form and Form Validation | Dreamweaver Tutorial – 1 of 2”

  1. rishum1000 Says:

    amazing/great tutorial and i hope you make more ones like this , James

  2. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @LilMikeRomans116 Thanks for the comment Mike 😉

  3. reburgess Says:

    Great Dreamweaver tutorial, James.

  4. tlf115 Says:

    Greate tutorial well explained and nicely layed out thanks again james

  5. LilMikeRomans116 Says:

    THANK YOU so much for this. I have been searching all morning for something like this and have came across tutorials that are filled with errors and are hard to understand. THANKS for taking the time to create this video and upload it! Will be subscribing! -Mike, Wisconsin, USA

  6. paatskie Says:

    Great tutorial. But why not assign arial to the body tag? Lot less typing.

  7. iExD Says:

    Thanks man. Your tutorials will help me on my website I’m creating.

  8. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @Wiejeben Great! this channel was made to support college students. Thanks for the comment – James

  9. Wiejeben Says:

    I’ll be studying this tomorrow or something. This is kind of going to be a preparation for me for my college (Web development)! I’ve subbed already, I’ve heard you’re very profesional and the first 3 minutes of the video are proving that.

  10. TheCodingMan Says:

    your the master of Coding – James

  11. askeching Says:

    Your tutorials really teached how to design a webpage. Thank You so much that you are Here – James

  12. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @deepblueportfolios Thank you for your comment – James

  13. deepblueportfolios Says:

    Great tute James. A very useful extra tool for a professional website.

  14. Pileyrei Says:

    @TheWebtuts

    Thanks for the information and explanation. Good old IE eh?! 🙂

  15. mariajezyk12 Says:

    Great tutorial, just in time as I experienced difficulties with creating some professional contact form, amazing tutorials James, thanks for them.

  16. mariajezyk12 Says:

    Great tutorial, just in time as I experienced difficulties with creating some professional contact form, amazing tutorials James, thanks for them

  17. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @devbryce Good to hear from you Dev and thanks for your nice comment. 2 entries to the giveaway and I left a message to confirm on your channel – James

  18. rrbad Says:

    Good Job James – Keep it up!!

  19. devbryce Says:

    James I love your tutorials, they helped me get into the business of web design, and I am in the process of registering my company with the corporation commission. You changed my life!

  20. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @TheWebtuts thanks Mike

  21. TheWebtuts Says:

    @Pileyrei Hi Microsoft are apparently working with w3c to bring this functionality. Its supposed to be working but as yet I have not see it work. Anyway the code is slightly different for MS so if you want radius in IE you put border-radius and then where you want the radius so if you want it on the left you would put border-radius-left: 10px; – hope that helps but as I said it does not appear to be working at the mo.

  22. Whisperingonthewind Says:

    Thanks for another great tutorial James

  23. TheWebtuts Says:

    All the best with your giveaway James, hope someone deserving gets it. Mike

  24. JanieHochkins Says:

    best contact form tutorial because it actually works!! 🙂 Thanks James

  25. WIGStudent Says:

    This is a good contact form tutorial for beginner !
    Explain clearly ! Good job James really cute

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