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Using Php and Dreamweaver

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Hello I have basic form that I am trying to test to see if it works. When I do so it says :{"code":"MethodNotAllowedError","message":"POST is not allowed"} here is a copy of my form code :

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Can someone please help ? I thought that post was the only way to send the data my email

Have a look at this thread:

https://forums.adobe.com/message/9541662?tstart=0#9541662

basically what you need to do if you are trying to test your php files locally is to set up a testing server environment by downloading one of the solutions mentioned in the linked thread above and moving your files to the appropriate folder within the local server folder.

or you can test the files on a remote server that is capable of running php.

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Using Php and Dreamweaver

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Hello I have basic form that I am trying to test to see if it works. When I do so it says :{"code":"MethodNotAllowedError","message":"POST is not allowed"} here is a copy of my form code :

Screen Shot 2017-09-26 at 11.25.08 PM.png

Screen Shot 2017-09-26 at 11.25.57 PM.png

Screen Shot 2017-09-26 at 11.26.14 PM.png

Can someone please help ? I thought that post was the only way to send the data my email

Have a look at this thread:

https://forums.adobe.com/message/9541662?tstart=0#9541662

basically what you need to do if you are trying to test your php files locally is to set up a testing server environment by downloading one of the solutions mentioned in the linked thread above and moving your files to the appropriate folder within the local server folder.

or you can test the files on a remote server that is capable of running php.

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Have a look at this thread:

https://forums.adobe.com/message/9541662?tstart=0#9541662

basically what you need to do if you are trying to test your php files locally is to set up a testing server environment by downloading one of the solutions mentioned in the linked thread above and moving your files to the appropriate folder within the local server folder.

or you can test the files on a remote server that is capable of running php.

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