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How to pass the visitor on to a 'Thank You' page  (See more user questions)

Hi .

Thank you for your question.

Yes indeed. I call that the "autoredirect". When the form is successfully
submitted, the visitor gets redirected to any page of your choosing, such as
your "Thank You" page.

It is a very easy configuration (basically just enter the URL of the "Thank
You" page). There's full instructions in the script for it.

This is from the script instructions (between the asterisks):

***
/*

Automatic redirect. If you would like the visitor to be automatically
redirected to another page (or site) when they successfully submit the form
(as opposed to getting the standard "thank you" message) change the value
below to 1, like so: $auto_redirect = 1;

*/

$auto_redirect = 0;

/*

Enter the web address of the page that you would like the visitor to be
automatically redirected to (between the quotes below). You only need to do
this if you have enabled the auto redirect above. You can redirect them to
any page on any site, it doesn't have to be a page on your own site. It is
advisable to write the full URL like so: $redirect_url =
"http://example.com/thankyou.htm";

*/

$redirect_url = "";
***

Any questions, just let me know.

Best wishes.

Charles Sweeney
http://FormToEmail.com
The world's easiest feedback script!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, July 18, 2010 12:12 PM
Subject: FormToEmail script


> Comments: Hi Charles,
>
> I have been looking for a mail form script to use on several web sites
> that I will be creating. I have tried the free version and I have managed
> to get it to send the data. However, I do not want the standard "Thank
> You" message, I want to it link directly to my own custom "Thank You"
> pages as soon as the form has been submitted. Is this a relatively simple
> amendment to make to the code?. Apologies if this has been asked before, I
> have tried searching the FAQ's. If I can get it to do what I want I will
> buy a Pro licence.
>
> thanks