I want to put a form-to-mail. cgi on a web server

I took the Form-to-Email from Matt's scriptarchive and I have configurated it.I want to put it on the web, but my web page is hosted at geocities.com, and they won't allow me to put any cgi scripts there, can you please tell me a web server where can I put the script??

I also need to know what do I have to modify in the script so that it works if the script is hosted on another server then the form.

And my question no 3 is : will the form work on any kind of form ?, or do I have to make a special kind of form ?(I need my form to contain all kind of fields: from text ones to lists, radio and check buttons)

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  • Hi,

    : I took the Form-to-Email from Matt's scriptarchive and I have configurated it.I want to put it on the web, but my web page is hosted at geocities.com, and they won't allow me to put any cgi scripts there, can you please tell me a web server where can I put the script??

    Try http://free.prohosting.com/

    They certainly used to allow you to run CGI scripts on their servers for free...

    : I also need to know what do I have to modify in the script so that it works if the script is hosted on another server then the form.

    There'll be a variable for it someone that is about referrer site, and you'll need to modify that to have the location of the form (or part of, see the docs for the script and it should explain).

    : And my question no 3 is : will the form work on any kind of form ?, or do I have to make a special kind of form ?(I need my form to contain all kind of fields: from text ones to lists, radio and check buttons)

    I think a script like that one will handle all of them pretty well.

    Hope this helps somewhat...

    Jonathan

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