PHP Contact Form Tutorial

In this article, we will make a contact form for your website. The contact form contains only the necessary fields required in most contact forms.

The contact form needs to have two parts: the client side ‘front end’ of the form and the server side ‘back end’ of the form. The client side of the form is coded in HTML (actually, XHTML 1.0 strict to be exact) plus some style (CSS) and JavaScript.
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Send form submissions to email – no coding required!

It is a common requirement to attach a form to a web site and get the form submissions by email.
To do this, you need the following at a minimum:

  • The HTML form
  • A server side script that receives the form submissions and sends the email.
    (written in PHP, Perl etc)

The ‘form to email’ page here discusses the available options in detail.

This page is about Simfatic Forms – a web form tool that you can use to design and create complete web forms without writing any code. You can design the web form, upload it and get form submissions by email. Simfatic Forms generates all the required code.
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