Adding a Feedback Feature
Some people would like to give visitors of their site the option of leaving feedback that gets emailed to the webmaster. There are infinite ways of accomplishing this, and this is one of them. It is a PHP based solution, but does not require any programming skills to use.
The nice thing about this system is that it is very flexible and customizable. It allows the webmaster to add features to the form without changing the script. It supports all common input widgets, such as text areas and fields, drop-down menus, radio buttons, etc. It comes with a full documentation page.
The default installation of the system gives you a plain but functional feedback form. Follow the instructions below to get started with it.
Setting Up & Testing the Form
About Customizing the Form
You probably want to dress up the form to make it fit into the style of your site. Just edit the index.htm file to suit you. You should also replace the stock thankyou.htm and error.htm pages with ones that match your site.
Adding and removing form inputs is easy. For example, to get rid of the letter grade feature, simply remove the corresponding section from the form. Similarly, you can easily add more text areas and other inputs. The script will automatically pick up the changes. Just make sure you name your inputs, replacing spaces with underscores. See the emailformREADME.htm for details.
When making changes to the form, you probably want to switch the script to Test Mode first. It makes testing things a lot quicker and easier.