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regarding the mail form validation of typo3

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I have been working with typo3 for a week.I have encountered a problem which needs a fast efficient solution.

The contact us form I created shows some bad format with the validation message.The code is as follows:
<table><tr><td>
Name</td><td> | *Name=input,39
<tr><td>
Email </td><td> | *Email=input,39
<tr><td>
Betreff </td><td> | *Betreff=input,39
<tr><td>
Nachricht </td><td> | *Nachricht=textarea,29,4
<tr><td>
Kontaktieren Sie mich | tv=check | 1
</td></tr>
</table>
The actual code is without table td and tr.I put them so that I can get a neat format.
The issue is when I click submit button I get the message."Please fill the details
Name</td><td>".This is because of the field name used.
But can anyone tell me how can I get a neat mail format along with a neat warning message?

Thanks
Nisha
Apr 20 '07 #1
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nishac
22
The mail form is not in a good format.
When I googled I found a plug in called accessible mail form validation.I tried to configure it as explained.But I can't get it work.Anyone familiar with these things?

Please help
Thanks
Nisha
Apr 25 '07 #2
KevinADC
4,059 Expert 2GB
Are you asking an html question or is this a question about the editor or IDE you are using? What you posted is not a contact form, at least not like one I have ever seen.
Apr 25 '07 #3
KevinADC
4,059 Expert 2GB
OK, typo3 is a CMS. Since your question is not an html or css question I doubt anyone here can help you unless they know how to use typo3. There are typo3 mailing lists and usergroups which you can locate by visiting the www.typo3.org website. Your typo3 questions should probably be directed to one of those resources.
Apr 25 '07 #4
nishac
22
Anyway I have searched out the solution..Thanks for your helping mind

Nisha

OK, typo3 is a CMS. Since your question is not an html or css question I doubt anyone here can help you unless they know how to use typo3. There are typo3 mailing lists and usergroups which you can locate by visiting the www.typo3.org website. Your typo3 questions should probably be directed to one of those resources.
May 4 '07 #5

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