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rovingcowboy
Posted: Oct 8 2010, 08:14 PM
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Stubborn and bull headed.

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can anyone tell me how to save the data from the
form's filled in areas to a text file.

i want to do this offline, ohmy.gif

i can't seem to get the submit button to save the form data
all i can get it to do is jump to the top of the page like a page bookmark. sad.gif

so can you please tell me what to do for making the sumbit button
save the info to a txt or doc file. smile.gif



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Red Squirrel
Posted: Oct 9 2010, 01:18 PM
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ZOMG!

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You'll need a server with something like php to do this, and basically code a script to gather the info sent through HTTP POST. There's not really any ways to do it offline. You could setup apache/mysql on a linux box though.


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rovingcowboy
Posted: Oct 9 2010, 10:52 PM
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banghead.gif ya lost me with server?

i said simple html? anything else is a maybe i can adjust the code but more likely not.

i was just trying to make a form for auto parts inventory so dad could get
his garage in order but he more likely won't use it anyway. huh.gif

since he said he would not roflmao.gif

thanks for the help though. xyxthumbs.gif


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