If that is the case, you can find more information through using Joomla (the site uses Joomla to produce these pages).We can't provide the specifics, but that is the main program being used to generate the answer and comment responses you see on the site.
If you like, you can also check to ensure it has an @ symbol.
This is not super detailed, but it gives an idea of whether they have entered an email address format in the field.
Once you submit the form, the browser has it set and does not it turn off. Kindest Regards, Scott MHello freshar, Thank you for contacting us.
We do not have any form available via zip folder link.
The instructions in the code above indicate that the error reporting code belongs in the body of your website.
I would place the code immediately after the body tag.
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Thank you, John-Paul Hello Gero, That happens because the 'submitted' state is still in effect.
When the page is initially created, the state is not 'submitted'.
Kindest Regards, Scott MI am completely new to PHP so please forgive me if this sounds stupid. Right now the HTML, CSS, PHP, and the image files are all in Google Drive instead of just being stored locally; they are not on a real website. Hello Kyle, What you described sounds normal as far as the code goes.