This is frustrating...
Here's the code I use on the PHP form:
$subject="'Note from hoppernet_info web site'.$date(DATE_RFC822)";
Here's what I got as the resulting subject of my email:
"Note from hoppernet_info web site".$date(DATE_RFC822)
It's not interpreting the PHP and appending the resulting data to the string that preceeds the PHP code.
I want to set the variable '$subject'
equal to a fixed string "Note from hoppernet_info web site"
that has the $date information added to the end of it.
I get a lot of emails from this web site.
Trying to make each subject identifyiable - but unique.
If you give ME and 2 monkeys enough time (and semicolons) - we will figure out how to make a
I was missing a ';'
at the end of one of my PHP instructions.
Here's the PHP code I used in my form processor:
$subject="Note from the web site ".date("dMY-Hi");
Just in case someone else has this problem too.
Now all of the email I get from that web site will have a unique name...