Tuesday, November 8th, 2005

Ajax Contact Form

Category: Component

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Dustin Diaz has put together an Ajax Contact Form.

This simple little puppy will send off the email in the background via Ajax, keeping you up-to date on progress with indicators.

View a live demo

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 8:44 am
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Comment by a — December 20, 2005

please send to me.Thanks

Comment by khavanin — December 21, 2005

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Comment by bob — February 8, 2006

cool form. but need to be tested at first

Comment by tobto — March 30, 2006

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Comment by asdasd — April 24, 2006

Nice, but not the best to intergrate to existing site.
I found a better one at: http://www.ajaxtutorial.net/index.php/ajax-contact-form/

Comment by sc — May 16, 2006

Good work..

Comment by ajax nedir — May 17, 2006

Awesome post. Here’s a tool that lets you build all types of web forms with email alerts fast and without coding. Just point and click http://www.caspio.com/online-database/features/web-forms-online.aspx

Comment by mlee3680 — March 7, 2012

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