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Edit: Yep, that conditional will surely do it. If that's not there I get an error message. What is the difference between a hard link and a file How to temporarily mark a trail? How do we know that gravity is spacetime and not a field on spacetime? https://teamtreehouse.com/community/php-form-problem

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Why? Some webhosts don't allow the sending of emails like this, so that may be causing your problems. Otherwise, it will just return the last element of the

and see how that works. His name escapes me right now, but I will add it once I do remember. As easy as that, for optional fields use $test = check_input($_POST['test']); and for required fields add a comma and an error message before ): $test = check_input($_POST['test'], "My error message"); Here

Unfortunately, I'm not sure how your webhost needs your form to be submitted to properly send emails, but it looks like PHP Mailer has support for SMTP, so you could try http://dotbowl.com/problem-in/problem-in-outlook2003.html When i put my code in the window "code php à executer .......", it works. Browse other questions tagged php html forms or ask your own question. I know it works in Netscape 4 & IE 6, I hope it to some extent is universal...