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Perl programming using CGI, databases, HTML templating, and website automation.

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Web developer since 1998, owner of Face 2 Interface.

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2010-08-03 Big Nose Bird Form CGI automessage:

John,    If I understand your question correctly, you're asking about changing the text of an email being sent to someone to HTML from plain text. No, you shouldn't have to include the HTTP headers you

2010-02-21 Perl CGI:

Jesse,    The code you've posted is pretty basic old fashioned CGI/Perl. If it works that's a great start. It should be easy to read and maintain because everything is very explicitly written out.    If

2009-07-10 cgi html problem:

I'm not sure what the problem might be. But try this instead:    #!C:activeperl/perl/bin/perl    use strict;  my $html = q|  content-type:text/html    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"

2009-07-10 cgi html problem:

Try having 2 carriage returns after your first line ie.    content-type:text/html    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DT   etc..    instead of     content-type:text/html  <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DT

2009-03-27 making forms work with fasthost:

Lee,    Maybe I'm misinterpreting this, but if you look here    there is an explanation of Perl's -F parameter, and honestly I don't understand why your hosting


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