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  Subject: Can I.....
  Posted: 02/08/2006 at 6:27:55 am
  By: Bianca1

Hello,
I am in the process of setting up the script, which at the moment doesn't work (404 errors). I read the previous topics so before I ask about that, Iam checking with my hosting providers to make sure perl/cgi are enabled.

I do however have another questions... I decided not to use the error pages at all. What I did was at some JavaScript instead. Is this page required for the script to work? Should I remove some code elsewhere?

Also, those <%firstname%> tags were also removed because I figured since I am not using the error pages, I don't need them. Was I wrong to assume this. Could the reason my form doesn't work be because I didn't use all the pages the scipt came with?

Thanks for any help or input!



  Subject: Re: Can I.....
  Posted: 02/08/2006 at 6:30:58 am
  By: Bianca1

lol... let me try that again, without the spelling errors:

Hello,
I am in the process of setting up the script, which at the moment doesn't work (404 errors). I read the previous topics so before I ask about that, I am checking with my hosting providers to make sure perl/cgi are enabled.

I do however have some other questions... I decided not to use the error pages at all. What I did instead was add some JavaScript to the form. Is the error page required for the script to work? If not, should I remove some code elsewhere (i.e. if there are instances where the script calls the error page)?

Also, the <%firstname%> tags were also removed because I figured since I am not using the error pages, I don't need them. Was I wrong to assume this? Could the reason my form doesn't work be because I didn't use all the pages the scipt came with?

Thanks for any help or input :)



  Subject: Re: Can I.....
  Posted: 02/08/2006 at 6:47:53 pm
  By: Seth Knorr

Yes to be safe upload all the scripts and only configure what is required.

Your best bet is to thoroughly read the readme file to understand what the tags do...

Seth



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