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Contact form “HTTP Error 500″

  • # June 7, 2013 at 9:26 am

    Hello CSS-Tricks community, I seem to be getting an error when attempting to submit

    http://jjs.dayandnightwebsolutions.com/contact.php

    I think my problem is somewhere in here…

    < ?php else: ?>

    Thank you for your Message!


    < ?php endif; ?>

    I would really appreciate the help, I think it’s a simple markup error but I could be wrong, I don’t know much php (or any!)

    Thank you,
    Rkhayat

    # June 7, 2013 at 9:39 am

    http://shrib.com/rkhayat

    # June 7, 2013 at 11:21 am

    The problem is probably somewhere in the PHP code where the form submission is handled.

    # June 7, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    Thank you for the reply Senff,

    I was able to implement a different contact form

    jjs.dayandnightwebsolutions.com/index.php

    I am a little confused as to how to implement it into my contact page though.
    http://jjs.dayandnightwebsolutions.com/dev.html

    Robert

    # June 7, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    code inc

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    # June 7, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    > I was able to implement a different contact form

    > I am a little confused as to how to implement it into my contact page though

    SO, did you *solve* your problem, or *not*?

    You are telling us you were successful, and then, in the *next sentence*, saying you couldn’t figure it out. Please choose which script you want to use, and then ask a specific question.

    *(“how to implement it” is not a question that has a good answer [actually, it's not a question at all] – it’s too vague. We don’t know what problem you are having. You need to describe what you have attempted, what you expect to happen, and what is actually happening instead, including any error messages you receive.)*

    BTW, **there is no contact form** at `jjs.dayandnightwebsolutions.com/dev.html`.
    It is a slideshow.

    `jjs.dayandnightwebsolutions.com/index.php` is 404.

    # June 8, 2013 at 6:02 am

    Begining tag is missing for < / d i v > . Remember it works like this < d i v >…………….< / d i v >

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