By outputting all the information from the database, it is quite unlikely that there will be no data, but if you allow updating and deleting of records, it is certainly a possibility.Luckily, with PHP and My SQL, there is an easy way round this using: where $result contains the result of a query on the database (like selecting all the records).Before we go further, I want to qualify the process and subsequent script which supports it.This article, and the script is designed towards the intermediate to advanced Power Shell admin.Below you can find a basic website form using only HTML (for the form) and PHP for the form processing.Along-side the HTML form you will find a basic PHP script which will capture the form submissions and send the form contents to your email address.
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The form we provide below is a "bare-bone" version.
This will allow you to edit the form to fit with your own website design.
You could edit the form in dreamweaver, HTML-Kit, iweb or any other HTML editor of your choice. As we mentioned above, you can edit the style of this to match your websites design.
File Name: (you can change the filename to anything you like) The PHP code below is very basic - it will capture the form fields specified in the HTML form above (first_name, last_name, email, telephone and comments).