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Frontpage Submit Push Button

Frontpage Submit Push Button

Frontpage Submit Push Button

(OP)
On our web site there is a page with a submit push button that used to work and allow others to submit issues.  For some reason this submit button no longer works.  The Submit button is to email the form to a mailbox.

On click, an error message occurs I believe numbered 405.  I have removed the email address and reentered it.  I have installed a new Submit push button , but the result is the same.

Are you aware of where else I might check.  Thanks

RE: Frontpage Submit Push Button

What is the input type of the submit button? Is it button or submit?  COuld you post the code for the submit button - change the email address when posting to stop the spammers.

RE: Frontpage Submit Push Button

(OP)
Thanks for your reply.  The Push Button form property options are 1)normal, 2)submit, and 3)reset.  This button is set as "submit".  The code is

<p><a href="mailto:xxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxx.com"><sup><input type="submit" value="Submit Comments" name="Issue">
    </sup>
    </a> <input type="reset" value="Clear Form"></p>

The html relating to "reset" is a different push button but included it because it was within the complete line of code.

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