I have designed a mail service in java.In my compose page,i want to attach some excel files of text files and to send it.After sending i want to store it my database.Then how can i download or open that file after opening that recipient mail inbox.
var browse = navigator.appName; and then mail that to myself. I can't figure out how to get that variable into php so I can email. I'm aware of the difference between client/server side, so I need to know how I could POST the value to another page or something.
I want to get IE5 to send the contents of an HTML form by e-mail using Outlook. I know that the basic idea is to make the recipients' e-mail address the Action. I can make a blank message open addressed as required but I can't get the user's input to appear in the message body.
I have a cgi script provided by my web host to send the contents of the form through email but they only show me how to use the cgi script to send email through the submit event of the form.
I've have a function to take the value entered in a form text box, add 50 to it and put the result in another text box.
When I enter 650.5 I get 700.5 exactly how I'd expect. But when I enter -650.5 instead of getting -600.5 I get -650.050 as though it is failing to parse the float due to it being negative. My understanding of parseFloat was that it recognises negative numbers. Is there a nice simple way to get this to work?
i've already create a form that will pop up an alert message if there is an empty input. it went great. but after i edit <form onSubmit="return formValidator()"> to <form onSubmit="return formValidator()" action="html_form_submit.asp" method="get"> i don't know why my submit button cannot send this form to html_form_action.asp.
I have a form with checkboxes. I am trying to put the selected items into an array and then just simply go to the next page (an AJAX page within the same HTML doc using jquery mobile). I dont want the form to submit the values in the URL. using "return false" seemed to be working before but now it isnt!?:
HTML Code: <form name="form1" onsubmit="validateDrink(); return false"> <input type="checkbox" name ="drinks1" value="beer" id="beer"/>
Scenario: I have a form with around 125 input fields. I want to use .ajax() to send these form data to the server.Is there a way to send the entire form to the server? Like, the form is passed when we click submit button and url changes. But I want to achieve this using AJAX.
How can I gather all values from the form (select, input (text, checkbox....), textarea... ) using jquery and send them by post. The number of items is not fixed, I need something that will gather everything that form contains.
When you send a form using the mailto: command, the data gets sent using the post method and in the process gets reformatted. When you receive the form data in your email it will contain hexadecimal characters, spaces will be replaced with + signs, and each value will be separated by an & sign.
Option 1: REFORMAT AFTER
Create your form using the following syntax:
<form name="NameOfYourForm" method="post" action="mailto:email@example.com"> <!-- your input tags go here --> <input type="submit" value="Send"> </form>
Then download the attachment to this post. Open the file in your web browser. When you receive the email containing the form data, just select it all and copy it. Then paste the data into the "hexadecimal value" box. Click decode to convert it to ascii. Then click split to remove +'s and to split data onto multiple lines. Use the "add html" checkbox to make the output viewable in your web browser.
NOTE: The first input tag that you use in your form will become the <title> if you use the html option. So if your first input tag is name="Name" value="Joe Smith" then the html title will appear as <title>Name: Joe Smith</title>.