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form submission keeping the screen image how??

form submission keeping the screen image how??

form submission keeping the screen image how??

(OP)
With FrontPage/Web Expressions is there a way that the web page form submission can be saved/emailed in the format of the "web page" that was filled out.

Not a list a fields, but keeping the image of the page that was filled in. I have seen this from one website I worked on once but I did not know how it was done with a script/php code or what?

I know others that would like to know how that this is done. Often the end-user would like to see this.

Thanks for any pointers to resolve this mystery.

Russ @scaninc.org
 

RE: form submission keeping the screen image how??

(OP)
Could you point me to where i could get some php code that does this?

Thx Russ @techexpresinc.com

RE: form submission keeping the screen image how??

(OP)
Thanks Cory - I did a post in the PHP area.  Russ

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