So I have made a confirmation email where there is a button you can click to confirm your request, but I want it to take them to my websites contact form with some pre-filled information in the message box …
So, number 1: I do not know how to have the contact form on my website appear (since it is brought down by js) only from that link when the page is loaded
Number 2: Not sure how to have pre-filled in text on the contact form when click only from that link
Not sure if this is even possible … but any help in the matter would be appreciated!!!
>> number 1: I do not know how to have the contact form
>> on my website appear (since it is brought down by js)
>> only from that link when the page is loaded
>> Number 2: Not sure how to have pre-filled in text on the
>> contact form when click only from that link
Input forms have a default value set by the “value” attribute. Use it. You’ll need to generate a URL for each distinct user so you have a means of associating data with a URL. That isn’t hard, though. Use PHP to apply the logic.
Well, for a first website you’ve done a good job.
One final thing I would add for your specific request is that it seems like what you are saying you want your clients to do is:
1) Sign up for your product/service.
2) Click on a link in an email that takes them to a separate form.
3) Fill in any uncompleted information in the form and submit it.
Why not just get users to send a reply email with the needed information? Sending users through seemingly unrelated systems in order to sign up comes across as impersonal. Replying by email shows that a real person is reading their responses and makes clients more engaged with your business.
Thank you very much for all your advice and help … this is what I had in mind to happen … https://us5.admin.mailchimp.com/templates/preview-template?id=24889 … click on the confirm button and it takes you to your default email server with pre-incerted information and then you send the message … that is exactly what I wanted to happen but just on my website through my contact form (I just thought it would look more professional)
I am sorry about not taking off the disabled-right click … I just thought for the people that I would be dealing with would (for the most part) have no idea how to go into the page source and save one of my images …
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