I need a PHP script for a form to get client's information onsite. I tried using NateMail but can't get it to work. Hope that you can help me out in this relatively simple matter. While you're at this, perhaps you could help me do this as well. I don't know if I need a script or whether I should just stick to HTML...but here's what I need: I've already written the sales letters for my page. However, there're 2 of them, one for visual orientated people and the other for audio. I hope to have a page where visitors who come go through a process that separates them to their respective states so they can see the specific sales letters. For example, they visit [url removed, login to view] and a message pops up...giving 2 different statements. One visual focused, and the other audio. The visitor will then have to choose either statement to proceed. The visual orientated person will choose the visual one and will be led to the visual sales page, and vice versa. Just to add a little of spice, is there something I can use to have random statements (still having two of them, one audio and one visual) pop up at different times? Like visitor #1 sees these 2 statements and visitor #2 sees a different set? The statements could be as simple as "Would you rather picture a large furry teddy bear that looks like an overgrown furball?" or "Would you rather listen to the melodious chirping of sweet-sounding magpies in the early mornings?" There'll be some explanation for the visitor to choose whichever statement is more appealing, of course. I guess I can provide the statements, just need a script or something to randomise which statements come out so it doesn't seem the same/boring stuff. In a nutshell, I'm looking for this simple randomizer and a form mailer. How much should this cost? Cheers, Damien P.S. I know that this is a very simple job, but I need to concentrate on other things and am hoping to get someone to work on it asap.
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