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Author: Chris Falkenstein | Website: http://


This tutorial will show you how to incorporate a feed back form using Flash. The useful feature about this technique is that users will not be taken out of your site after submitting their info. They'll be sent to a personal thank you frame within Flash.

This tutorial assumes you have a basic knowledge of Flash, you know how to create buttons, simple artwork, and you're familiar with some of the basic actions.

In order for this form to work on your end you'll need to have access to a cgi script. If your site's hosted with an ISP find out where they keep the form to mail scripts. Any ISP has at least some kind of form to mail script for their customers to use so don't be shy about asking where they keep it.

Okay, let's get started. If you have any questions just rise your hand.

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2001-02-26
Rating: 7.82 Votes: 205
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