Try using an absolute URL for the Location value.
Thanks for your reply. You mean in the mail.php, right? I tried that
yesterday prior to posting at the forum, w/ no improvement.
But here is copy of the code that I noticed the last submit button
doesn't have a span id wrapper, though the text field and text area
elements do. Do you think this could be a problem?
If you are getting an email sent when you submit, then chances are the form is not the problem. Your mention of your host blaming 3rd party software puts a bad taste in my mouth--I should think a good host would expect a majority of things loaded on their server to be third party software (your files included)... but maybe you can challenge them to provide a working first party solution.
Yes, I think I will call them next. I've found I get MUCH better
support if I call them and talk to them as opposed to sending an
email, which makes it easy to say "not our problem". I mean,
Dreamweaver is pretty main stream, right, and they darn well ought to
be able to handle something I learned from a tutorial, right?
One thing I'll mention... (aside from not being any kind of knowledheable person when it comes to PHP), in looking back thru a couple files, when I process form elements in a PHP file I just call them as variables using the form item's name, not using $_REQUEST
$message = 'From: ' . $name. "\n\n".$data;
$email = $email;