How to Create a Form in HTML That Can Be Submitted to an Email Address
Using basic tools--a text editor, browser, and email client--you can create a basic form that sends information you request to an email address. This method employs basic form elements and requires no special programs on a web server.
This may work fine in a controlled, internal business environment. However, remember that this method is of limited usefulness as Internet users shift from desktop mail clients to webmail services such as Gmail. Your visitors will also receive security warnings when trying to submit forms this way. There exist many free or paid services that do allow you to collect form information from visitors who choose to use webmail.
g. Notepad under Windows) or if you have access to a web page editing tool, create a basic web page.
Web pages do not require this formatting, but it does make reading web documents easier for mortal humans.
g. the information you intend that the page requests.
For instance, the code above would display that question on the page.
The name of all related buttons must share a name. All radio buttons named "1" are mutually exclusive, that is, users can select only one from the group. The value will be passed to the email message, and the text after the <input...> tag gets displayed by the browser. Create more radio buttons for all related responses.
The code looks like the example above:
htm or .html to the end of this filename so that web browsers will recognize this document as a web page.
In Firefox, for example, go to File, Open File, or hit Ctrl-O or Command-O to open a new document.