Frequently Asked Questions
After you use form generator to create your php form, you can download a ready-to-use form in myform.zip file. All the php files are under folder yyyymmdd-xxx in the zip file. Once you unzip it, you can rename the folder as you want. Then use FTP program to upload the folder to your website. Now your mail form is ready to use.
You can use <iframe> to embed your web form to your html page or blog page. Here is a <iframe> example. For short, you can use the following code:
<iframe src="http://www.yoursite.com/path/form.php" style="width:480px;height:600px;border:none;"></iframe>
Please set the src, width and height as need.
Put all the files of each form in its own folder.
You can reanem the yyyymmdd-xxx folder name as you want. You can also rename the form.php as you wish. However, please don't rename the form.lib.php and admin.php.
No. There are lots of built-in security images already. If your web server has GD library, it will use it to generate CAPTCHA security image.
Try the options of "Can't receive emails" when you create form.
The reason you can't receive email is complicated, it usually is not the script's problem. If you can see the email traffic logs, that means the script has no problem.
Many providers of email services, intranet or internet, are relying on Sender Policy Framework (SPF) records to authenticate emails. You can also ask your web hosting company technical support team for help.
If you can receive email, but not the form sender. There is no problem on the script. See above answer for more information.
Please use a different unzip program to open it, especially on Mac platform.
Security and privacy is my concern too. That's why the form comes with features like anti email spider (emil address harvesting), email header filtering, and scrity image.
Once you download the form and put it to your website, there is nothing will be sent to me. You might want to look at the source code to answer your question. In my opinion, the form you created is very safe to use. :)
The admin panel (admin.php) is under the same folder of your form. For example: if your form link is http://www.yoursite.com/contact/form.php, then the admin panel link is http://www.yoursite.com/contact/admin.php.
The default username and password of your form admin panel is your email address and the form ID. For example : You use firstname.lastname@example.org to create your form, and the folder name in the myform.zip is 20081007-7f3d. So your username is email@example.com and the password is 20081007-7f3d. You can also click the "I forgot my password" link on login window to send the account information to you.
Yes. Use Notepad or other text editor to open the admin.php file, then change the password you want. Don't forget to upload the updated file to your web server.
After you login the form admin panel, you will see the download link of your form data in Excel file. The CSV file also contains your form fields as column headers.
Login the form admin panel, click the "Edit Form" button.
No. Do not hotlink the form you created here. All the forms will be deleted automatically after 3 days.
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