Thank you for the reply!
So, to apply the PHP or ASP, do I have the web developer put the scripts in the HTML view of the RoboHelp topic, or is there a properties/preferences window for the checkboxes that I can use to point to the scripts?
Times like these are when I cringe because RoboHelp even offers the form fields as an option for insertion.
Hopefully Willam will pardon my intrusion here to offer some perspective.
In a nutshell, you create your form in RoboHelp. I've not tested in a long while but it USED to be that while RoboHelp allowed you to insert form fields, it fell short of declaring a form tag to open and close the form.
The scripts Willam mentioned are placed on the web server. Drawing from memory here, but you configure the form element (this is why I mentioned the form tags) so that it points to the script when the form is submitted.
Unfortunately, there is no simple answer as to what you will need to insert where, because how the form element is configured will vary, depending on the way it has been configured and named as far as the processing script on the server goes.
The bottom line here is that forms are a world unto their own. RoboHelp gives you the basic tools to add form elements, but you need a lot more "behind the scenes" knowledge in order to properly configure and implement them.
I'll forgive you this time Rick ;-)
What Rick is saying is absolutely correct. Basically you need a web application/collection of web forms for this. The exact solution depends on many factors and requires working together with a web developer.