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Allo, i'm new in lotus notes and you have a question:

I have a form in web that save personal information ( Name, phones, address, and so on ) when i click in a button, the information is saved, but a new window appear saying " FORM PROCESSED ", i would like to create a new page or a new form saying, "Thank's for using this service",so, how can i do that?

Can anyone help me???

Thank's

RE: WEB FORM

Hello,
the easiest way to create a thank you page is to put a field near the bottom or at least that is where I put it name it $$return and using the hide when properties panel( the window shade) clcik web browsers and whenever else you want to hide it I usuall select the open-preview and printed. then for the default value put some HTM like this:

"Thanks for submitting a website request.  <p>We will respond to you within 48 hours.  <p> <a href=\"http://mywebsite.com\">my website</a>"

hope this helps
Peace
kyle

RE: WEB FORM

Thanks Kyle!  This really helps me;  been looking for this.  Macer, FYI, launch Designer's help, and search for $$Return for more info on this.

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