Process form submissions into templated emails.
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John Shaver 6095f0bbc8 Vulcanized README. 1 year ago
docs Changed a little bit of the wording. 7 years ago
.gitignore Added a default template.txt file and the phpfEVERYTHING template option. Needs documentation. I also changed the template logic function to a real function instead of the anonymous function it was (templateLogic()). 9 years ago
README.md Vulcanized README. 1 year ago
config.php Added a default template.txt file and the phpfEVERYTHING template option. Needs documentation. I also changed the template logic function to a real function instead of the anonymous function it was (templateLogic()). 9 years ago
process.php Added a default template.txt file and the phpfEVERYTHING template option. Needs documentation. I also changed the template logic function to a real function instead of the anonymous function it was (templateLogic()). 9 years ago
recaptchalib.php This is the beginning. The first commit. Let's see what happens. 9 years ago
template.txt Added a default template.txt file and the phpfEVERYTHING template option. Needs documentation. I also changed the template logic function to a real function instead of the anonymous function it was (templateLogic()). 9 years ago

README.md

This is just a small project I put together to learn some php and to practice coding way back when I was working at bluehost. It also seemed like something that I might be able to use often enough. It is a PHP that accepts a form submition, send the information in an email and redirects to a configured page (with recaptcha support). It was designed to be a very simple to configure for someone who knew html and could make a form but didn’t know how to process it on the backend. The idea is that someone can drop it in their html root, change one thing in the config file, point their form to it and it should work.