Two non-CGI form mailers are included in Linux shared hosting account default files: webformmailer.php and gdform.php. They reside in the root directory of your hosting account. Incorporating either of these scripts into your website creates a form to capture user information and email it to a specified address.
For more information about designating the destination email address, see Specifying an Email Address for the PHP Form-Mailer.
Follow these steps to use webformmailer.php.
/webformmailer.phpto the action attribute and set the form method to
form_format determines in what format the information is delivered. Its values are 'text', 'csv', 'html', 'xml', and 'default' (same as 'text').
form_delivery determines the frequency and packaging of delivery. All form submissions are sent via an attachment. You can specify the form_delivery variables as one of the following: 'digest', 'hourly_digest', and 'daily_digest'.
Follow these steps to use gdform.php.
NOTE: Keep in mind that our form-mailer script will sort the names of your form items alphabetically when it composes the email message. This is the order of precedence: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers.
/gdform.php. For example:
Subject. Controls the subject line in the form email.
Redirect. Controls the page that your visitors will see after they submit the form.
Email. Controls the return address for the form email.
For more information on customizing HTML Forms, go to W3 Schools HTML Forms and Input.
For information on reinstalling your default scripts, see How Do I Reinstall the Default Scripts Directory?