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Creating Forms in Front Page

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gmagnuson

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#1
Hi, I have Microsoft Front Page 2003, I am trying to create a form. I inserted a form, and created all of the boxes, set the values correct. Checked my options and set it to e-mail me the results. I uploaded it to my web server, and it keeps coming up with this error: HTTP 405 - Resource not allowed-Internet Information Services.

I am not sure what I am doing wrong. I would be willing to give the form to anyone that is willing to look it over and explain to me what I am doing wrong. I have checked my server settings and made sure that front page extensions are configured properly and enabled. Any suggestions? Thanks!!
 
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Tinker

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#2
I am having the same type of issue. I can load my website to my server (Windows 2003 Ent.) via the LAN but if I try to publish the site with FP2002 it just will not let me. I can take the same website and publish it to a host that I use and have no problems at all.

Sorry that I do not have the answer, I just wanted to let you know you are not alone on this one...

:D
 

X-Istence

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Political User
#5
Learn PHP and write scripts with that. FrontPage extension have been a known way for attackers to gain entry to a server.

I admin for a hosting company, and we log about 50,000 attempts a month to try to use fp extensions when its not even enabled.
 
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gmagnuson

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#6
I want to learn PHP, but the problem is on this web server it does not support php. Eventually I will learn it on another server. I am trying to get this working for an organization they only receive 700 hits a month.... Not a well know site, I just need to get it working and soon.
 

j79zlr

Glaanies script monkey
Political User
#8
what ever happened to writing html the correct way with notepad, it is a very easy language? I've seen more problems with these site using page generators like frontpage, just do the work yourself. If you cant use PHP, use javascript.
 
#9
tools to write webcode

vi
notepad
nano
emacs
bluefish
Maguma PHP Studio
DreamWeaver
GoLive

Things to not touch webcode with a 50ft pole
MS FrontPage
MS Word <-- there have been sites I have seen which were done in word, I am serious


btw the list of tools to use, all except the last 2 have free versions
vi, nano, bluefish I think are nix only, but notepad is there and I think you can get emacs for windows
 

X-Istence

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#10
I am serious. FrontPage is a waste of time.

Add to the list above that geffy made:

kWrite

Its what i am using currently cause bluefish is a ***** to get it to work right.
 

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