©1998 by James Carr
This page is a standard HTML file. After the user clicks the Submit button and the message is sent, this HTML page will be displayed. You can either specify a URL or a local file for the value of the response_page field. If you specify a URL (http://www.mydomain.com/thispage.htm), the program will automatically redirect the caller to this page.
If you specify a local file(thispage.htm) that is read directly from disk, you can insert macros anywhere on the page. For example you could put, "Your message about %mail_subject% has been sent to %mail_to%. It's always nice to hear from people living in %user_city%!" (user_city being a field you created on your feedback form).
The user might see, "Your message about E-Forms EZ has been sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. It's always nice to hear from people living in Mesa!"
You supply E-Forms EZ the name of this file using the response_page field on your form. If the file is located in the same directory as e-forms.exe, just use the file name without the drive or directory (response_page="myfile.htm)". If the file is in a directory below the directory where e-forms.exe is stored, use the format response_page="\mydir\myfile.htm". If you know the absolute location of the file, use the format response_page="c:\webfiles\myfile.htm".
Remember, if you use a URL for this page (response_page="http://www.azwebpages.com/e-forms/myfile.htm"), you will not be able to use macros.
Note: If you use a local file, any links on the page must use the full URL (http://www.azwebpages.com/e-forms) and not just the page name (default.htm).