I am successfully using FormsToGo to create forms using “Freeway Pro v4.3.2” and it is sending me all the data correctly in an email.
I now want to add an “upload file” function to an existing form, so that a file from the customer’s computer is attached to the email sent to me, but I can’t understand how to do this using FreewayPro as my website generation program.
Between the = = = ='s below are the instructions from FTG’s “Help”. It gives an example using Dreamweaver, but I don’t understand how to translate that into FreewayPro.
Can somebody please give me simple step-by-step instructions for FreewayPro 4.3.2?
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In order for an HTML tag to accept files in an HTML form’s field must be:
When the HTML form displays in your browser, this tag offers users the possibility of selecting a file from their hard disks, so that it can be uploaded to the server along with the rest of the data and the HTML form.
But the attribute “enctype” of the HTML form must be modified, so that the data of the HTML form and the file can be jointly uploaded.
Furthermore, the page must be sent through the POST method.
In this case, if you edit your web page in a text processor, the tag must look like this:
or if you are using some web page design program, find the window where parameters of the form are adjusted.
Note: The enctype=“multipart/form-data” attribute must only be used when the form has “file” type tags to upload files; otherwise, the form will incorrectly send the field values of the HTML form to the server.
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