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    form for use with godaddy database


    I am in need of a database for collection of a mailing list on a site I am maintaining. I know
    html and css fairly well, but I'm not very knowledgable at all with MySQL or php.

    I phoned Godaddy today and confirmed that I have use of 10 databases with the site for free.
    Problem is that in order to use them I have to either pay Godaddy for use of their forms or to
    create my own input form for use. I don't have a clue where to begin. Is there a standard template
    out there anywhere for use with godaddy databases? Or does anyone have a clue how I can create a usable
    php document for use with godaddy? All I need are fields for name and email address.

    Thanks in advance for anyone who can help.

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    John 8:24 JREAM's Avatar
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    Hey there,

    Look at this software:
    Scroll down to Maillist

    1. You create a mysql database
    2. You download the script
    3. You insert the SQL into the database from the SQL tab (they usually come with an SQL file, or they will have an install.php file)
    4. You get the host name, login, password and plug it into the PHP script (usually a config.php file)
    5. You go to the address you installed it


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