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I will pay to get help with script

Maybe a strange request.
I tried using a .php script that works with a small number of fields and sends the data to an email address and also displays a thank-you page and sends an auto-reply to the field that had the email of the user from one of the filled in fields.
This works perfectly so i appplied the same script to another form but this form has about 100 fields of data and I am not good enough to know how to script out the two errors.
One is a notice:undefined index for every field not filled in and the other is a header error
The data is simply in an array.
Can I pay for help from someone as this form is desperate, like yesterday?
Dec 3 '08 #1
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Of course you can - but then this should either be in the Jobs Forum or on a completely different website (e.g. RentACoder). If you like, I'm sure someone will move this to the Jobs section for you, but then you should state, how much you're willing to pay and so on. Read this for more information.

Dec 3 '08 #2
Hey thanks for that, but after some headbanging and hair pulling I got a way round it. This I see is a very common problem that seems to have loads of people looking and they know how to cure but are not willing to share with the rest of the world. you can close this thread or do I have to close it.
I went to one of my old uni lecturers who showed me in seconds how to get round it till I learn to write my own code a bit more. no-one would offer to help but I might share how I got round it. It was nothing to do with white space .
So back to basics and I feel so silly for asking and getting very little reply. We all had to learn from someone until we can teach ourselves.
Dec 3 '08 #3
3,112 Expert 2GB
Well, I'm glad you managed to get it working yourself.

If you run into such a problem and want help getting it solved, you can always post in the PHP Forum - the experts there are happy to help you for free, but they won't write it for you.

This thread doesn't have to be closed - we only ever close threads, when there's a very good reason, why nobody should ever be allowed to post in it (e.g. in some Stickies).

Dec 3 '08 #4

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