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Thread: ASP contact form with go daddy hosting

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    ASP contact form with go daddy hosting

    Hi everyone,

    I have a client that is hosted by go daddy. he needs a contact form. so i add it, no problem, BUT it doesn't work on go daddy? WHY? they have their own scripts, or limitations or something and of course, they don't want to help - not on the phone and not on their site..

    anyways, does anyone know what can be done? they supply an ASP file called gdform.asp which i think i'm supposed to use. although maybe using my own file might work also? very unclear.

    any ideas/clues/hints???

    thanks a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rororo View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I have a client that is hosted by go daddy. he needs a contact form. so i add it, no problem, BUT it doesn't work on go daddy? WHY? they have their own scripts, or limitations or something and of course, they don't want to help - not on the phone and not on their site..

    anyways, does anyone know what can be done? they supply an ASP file called gdform.asp which i think i'm supposed to use. although maybe using my own file might work also? very unclear.

    any ideas/clues/hints???

    thanks a lot!

    Is this person site running on a windows server? If not then you cant run ASP code, as that code can only be used on a Windows Server.
    Member #2 of the "I wont critique Timmytot's designs anymore" club.

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    it's a windows server.
    i am actually considering asking him to transfer to linux so that i can use php. although i imagine that there will be problems with that as well.... but who knows.

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    Ask them for full documentation for their own contact form, if they don't help, tell them to "bash their arse" and find a better hosting provider.

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    that's another direction i'm thinking of going


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