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Xhtml Form With Input Results On New Web Page


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#1 Stu G

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 01:54 PM

Hello everyone

I am new to XHTML encoding, and as part of an exercise i need to create a website with all basic features dtds, (ordered lists, links) etc.. using notepad

I also need to use forms, user can choose options(ticks, radio buttons) and enter text. The example i have seen just returns input in a dialog popup. I would like to send all form input data to a basic new page, that can be viewed, ie via link "view form repsonses".

I do not need to do php or server based forms.

Is this possible, without the use or servers. I understand it can be sent to email or a simple dialog box.

Will be grateful for any help

Thanks!
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Posted 27 March 2007 - 09:56 PM

I Found a Solution!

Internet Information Services (IIS), included with XP Pro Disc. To Use an internal asp server

Control Panel--->Add Remove Programs--->Add/Remove Windows Components--->checked IIS--->installed

went to C: after install a new folder is created: \Inetpub

then into : \wwwroot

created a folder called myweb and in that folder created a simple test asp page using text editor : test1.asp

I then set up a simple asp script to send form input to this page. so when i use a form i just use : --http://localhost/MyWeb/test1.asp in <form action" "> to point to where to post the data.

Done
Stu G
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