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FormPRO II 2.2





Sunday, June 13, 2021

FormPRO 3 contains many more features and improvements.

Forms are an essential part of your web site. A form is just a way of asking your visitor's for information. If you don't ask for their name or e-mail address, how will you get in touch with them? How will you process orders without forms? You can't. But FormPRO II is unlike any other form development software.

FormPRO II creates any type of form for your website!

What else can FormPRO II do? It's like having hundreds of programs in one!

Now you don't need to have a clue about HTML or forms to create one, and have it fully functioning on your web site in minutes. Whether you want to have a form ask for your visitor's name, favorite hobbies, daily routine, or how much toilet paper they use in a day, you can do it with FormPRO II.

FormPRO II lets you create any type of field, including text boxes, radio buttons, check boxes, and select lists with a few clicks of your mouse.

FormPRO II not only helps you create your forms, but it will also take all of the information that your web site visitors entered into the form, and it sends it to your e-mail address. You can even have it record each submission to a database for later retrieval.





Login password is: admin

Below are a some forms created with FormPRO II.

This form will add names and e-mail addresses to a database. It also verifies if the e-mail is in the database and updates if it is.



This form will let your visitors refer friends to your web site


Here is a Guestbook that stores all entries in a database, then fills them into a template.


This form will let you upload a file. You can then see the file in the download options if you refresh your browser.


This form will let your visitors register and login to a membership database


This form will open a new window to the search engine you choose


This form does exactly the same as above, but records and displays the number of votes for each search engine.


This form shows how to combine multiple forms and the selections that a user chose.


This form will create a mailling list database, with phone number, zip code, and e-mail verification.


Below are ready made projects that you can import into your own FormPRO II:

Favorite Fruits
Favorite Fruits (Part 2)
E-mail Database
E-mail Database with Updating
Favorite Search Engine
Favorite Search Engine with Vote Tracking
File Uploading
Mailing List
Membership Management
Refer A Friend

Installation:

FormPRO II 2.2 automatically installs on your web site in seconds Or, follow the below instructions to install manually.



How to use:

Once you install FormPRO II in your CGI-BIN folder, you can access it by pointing your web browser to:

http://www.your-web-site.com/cgi-bin/formpro2.cgi

Although FormPRO II will create forms for you, and give you all of the necessary code to place on your web pages, you may want to use it to submit your current forms.

Any form you create, point the action tag to your formpro2.cgi script like this:

<FORM METHOD=POST ACTION="http://www.yourserver.com/cgi-bin/formpro2.cgi">

If you are uploading files with your form, you must use this line:

<FORM METHOD=POST ACTION="http://www.yourserver.com/cgi-bin/formpro2.cgi" enctype="multipart/form-data">

The only required variable is recipient (your e-mail address) that you must pass in a hidden field, like this:

<INPUT TYPE=HIDDEN NAME=recipient VALUE="sales@yourcompany.com">

FormPRO can also encrypt your e-mail address, so it is not displayed on your web page and used for SPAM.

Other hidden variables you can use are:

returnpage which will redirect to another URL after the form has been submitted.

Your return page can also contain the same element name as your form, and be filled in automatically.

Let's say you have an element called FirstName. You would then put !!FirstName!! in your return page for it to be filled in with the value your visitor entered. Notice how the name is just surrounded by double exclamation points.

requiredfields is used to tell FormPRO a field must be filled in. If you have two fields, firtname and lastname that cannot be left blank, then you would put this in your form:

<INPUT TYPE=HIDDEN NAME=requiredfields VALUE="firstname,lastname">

subject to e-mail you a different message in the subject line of the message than the default.

writedb will log all submissions to the filename you specify

uploadfilesto tells FormPRO II the folder your uploaded files are stored in. The default folder is "files" under the main FormPRO II folder on your web site.

Version 2.2 Changes:

Version 2.1 Changes:


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