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Do you want to collect user details on your website using a form? in Waltham Forest

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If you want to collect user details on your website but you don't want to go to the expense of developing an online database, take advantage of the simple solution I am offering. You can use this form even if you have the most basic website.

This is a fully configurable data collection form. You (the data collector) can specify the exact data you wish to collect and the "user" will be required to complete those fields on the form.
Configuration also covers things such as parameter values, e.g. the maximum or minimum permitted age of a user.
The form can be controlled by an expiry date/time which will disable all field input when the expiry date/time is reached.
The form can be set up to prevent duplicated data entry.

How could you use this form? Well, you could run a competition on your website or get the details of people that are interested in receiving updates/newsletters from you.
Simply set up the form with a few clicks then embed it in your website and wait for the data to start rolling in.

You can access your data through the administrator module at any time.

The steps involved in setting up and using the form for data collection are:
1) You embed the user form in your own website with a few simple lines of code. A second form (or third, etc.) could be embedded for another purpose.
2) You go to your administrator (configuration) page and configure the form(s) for the data collection you require.
3) You download and use the data you have collected via the administrator page.
4) You can completely change the look and purpose of the embedded form from the administrator page without having to change the code on your page, e.g. you could start a new competition seamlessly when one ends.

http://glynester.co.uk/Data_Collection_Form.php
or search for "glynester" on google and look under "Tools and Services".
There is a working example there demonstrating how the configuration can be changed for the user form and the posting of data to the database.

Knowledge is power and data is raw knowledge! :^)

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