Hi! here is my problem . I'm a psychology student and i'm trying to do a survey on my friends from my YM list . I want to send them forms in their inbox and they will answer back .
My form looks like this :
<form method="post" action="http://mysite.com/feedback.php"> Question1 <input name="question1" type="text" /><br /> Question2 <input name="question2" type="text" /><br /> <input type="submit" /> </form>
My feedback.php looks like this :
<?php $Question1 = $_REQUEST['Question1'] ; $Question2 = $_REQUEST['Question2'] ; mail( "firstname.lastname@example.org", "Feedback Form Results", $Question1, $Question2 ); header( "Location: http://www.mysite.com/thankyou.html" ); ?>
Bassically , i'm trying to write a simple code , just something to help me in my study . The purpose of the study is to send this form by email , not post it on a web page (and i want to learn some html). So far , i've managed to make it work , by testing it in a browser .But when i try to test it in an email client , the result from my .php comes back empty . I have observed that , the mail client changes my html code , and removes the " " , and the code of my form looks like this after being introduced in a mail client :
<FORM action=http://mysite.com/feedback.php method=post>Question1 <INPUT name=question1><BR>Question2 <INPUT name=question2><BR><INPUT type=submit value="Submit Query"> </FORM>
How can i stop the mail client from changing my code ? Or how can i improve my code to make this work ?