PHP form to HTML form

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March 17, 2010 at 17:51:37
Specs: Windows XP
Hi, I made my kid's school website and I've
used a php form so people can volunteer for
canteen. The Department of Education
frustratingly block everything good and php
does not work on their servers. How to I
convert the form to HTML?

Any help would be appreciated.

Here's my code,

<form action="feedback.php" 
<table border="0" cellpadding="8" 
cellspacing="8" summary="feedback form">
t type="text" name="fullname" id="tswname" 
style="border: solid 1px #800000" size="25" 
/><font color="red" size="2"><i>*Required 
<tr><td><label for="tswemail">Email 
address</label>:</td><td><input type="text" 
id="tswemail" name="email" style="border: 
solid 1px #800000" size="25" /><font 
color="red" size="2"><i>*Required 
<tr><td><label for="tswphone">Phone 
number</label>:</td><td><input type="text" 
id="tswphone" name="phone" size="25" 
style="border: solid 1px #800000" /><font 
color="red" size="2"><i>*Required 
<td colspan="2">
<p align="center">Which day's of the week 
would you prefer?<br />
  <label for="tsecheck">
    <input type="checkbox" 
name="CheckboxGroup1" value="Monday" 
id="CheckboxGroup1_0" />
    <input type="checkbox" 
name="CheckboxGroup2" value="Tuesday" 
id="CheckboxGroup1_1" />
    <input type="checkbox" 
name="CheckboxGroup3" value="Wednesday" 
id="CheckboxGroup1_2" />
    <input type="checkbox" 
name="CheckboxGroup4" value="Thursday" 
id="CheckboxGroup1_3" />
    <input type="checkbox" 
name="CheckboxGroup5" value="Friday" 
id="CheckboxGroup1_4" />
<font color="red" size="2"><i>*Must select at 
least one day</i></font>
<label for="tswcomments"></label><br />
<textarea rows="15" cols="45" 
name="comments" id="tswcomments" 
style="border: solid 1px #800000" 

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April 30, 2010 at 18:34:33
The form you show is already in HTML. I take it that the .php script to process the form's data is what the problem is. HTML files can not process data from a form. You need to run a scripting language, such as PHP or Perl. Will the Neanderthals at the Dept of Ed permit CGI form processing, such as in Perl? If not, maybe you can use a third party form processing site. Another possibility is to just email the raw data (I think the action is "mailto:user@site").

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July 25, 2010 at 08:26:45
You don't struggle to modify that. Lots of free forms are available in internet. Just generate form script from their website and put in place of your existing form.You can use this website for your needs:

Hope this will help you.

Freelance PHP Programmer

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