Quickly create full featured forms complete with input validations using Simfatic forms. Receive the form submissions via email or saved to a file. You can install the form on your web server just by the press of a button.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:28
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Simfatic Forms lets you quickly create forms for your web site. You can design the form, add input elements and attach input validations. Simfatic Forms generates all the code just by the press of a button. You don't have to do any programming.
All types of input elements are supported, including file upload box. All important types of input validations are built-in. You can have conditional validations that validate only on certain condition.
(like a text box input is required if a check box is selected )
The Simfatic form processor script can send the form submissions to you by email. In addition, you can have the form submission data saved to a file on the server that you can download later. You can configure the form processor to send an auto-response to the visitor who submitted the form.
Installing the form on your web server also is equally painless. Just by the press of a button you can install the form on your web server.
Simfatic Forms can parse out a form from a web page. So you can quickly add validations or add form-mail support to your existing forms.
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