Hi all, I need to add a contact form to a site I'm working on. I'm just thinking whether it would be better to go with an online solution (grab a form from somewhere and use it on my site) or building my own thing (complete with captcha etc). I'm not really good at php although I did build a very basic php form a very long time ago. Do you guys think it is better to go for an already made one? One of the things I'm slightly concerned about if I get one from the net is privacy: would that be an issue as I don't know where the data collected go?
what do you guys think?
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Well, the form should be HTML. Only very basic PHP would be required if at all. The back-end is down to you. You can DIY or use an authentication script - BUT - if you go 3rd party script - you MUST inspect the code with a tooth-comb - it …
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Well ok, if you need help we're here. But my beef with using 3rd party scripts (I'm thinking small classes etc - not Framework-based ones), is that "devs" seem to trust these more than their own code, without understanding what they do and how they do it. A thrid party …
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