It can be done if you know some PhP coding. But if not (like me), I use a DW Extension from Webassist.com for this. Very easy to use and completely customizable.
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without mentioning your server side scripting language you can set session variables for the posted items and retrieve them in your thank you page script to send in an email or use the for POST values if they are only passed through one page (since POST values are destroyed after more than one page load and thus must be converted to session variables)
If the visitor is logged in then you can theoretically query their submitted values from a filtered recordset and add them to the email message through the query.
I had forgotten about that.
Using my DW CS3 book I bought it had a section on Session Variables.
I tried adding this code:
<?php if (!isset($_SESSION)) session_start(); ?>
<?php $_SESSION['email'] = $row_recordsetname['email']; ?>
but it didn't pass the email address to the thank you page - at least it didn't end up in my email response.
And then I assume if I get the coding correct, I would add the session start line to the thank you page as well for the email to collect the info?
Message was edited by: tomigee10