13 Jun 06
29 Apr 07 10:58 pm
It is possible to create web forms that can upload files to a server, but if you're a complete web design newbie using XSitePro I'm going to hazard a guess that this might be a little out of your league just now. To quote our web programming geek, "it can be done, but she will need to do quite a bit of learning".
1) Do a hunt around the net for tutorials on this subject. There are lots of them, but they might get quite technical. You can ask questions here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Dev ... dards/PHP/
If you give it a good whack and get really stuck, our programmer might be able to take a look at it.
2) Hire someone to create it for you. Check out elance.com.
3) Stick with email :)
You could also check out this site: http://phpfmg.sourceforge.net/home.php
I'm not sure how much of the process it automates, but it seems to allow attachments. It seems like they'll send like email attachments, but at least it's happening through a web interface and it's not asking your clients to fire up their email program.