Hello all,

I'm new to this forum and to NOF.
Have just more or less finished publishing our new website and NOF has done wonders to do that.
I am a newbie to HTML, know little about CSS, etc.

I already have a question.

I want to create a "Contact" page on the website.
Visitors would fill in the form and confirm it. That would generate an e-mail to my address with the contents of the form.

My web-hoster can only support this if my form is made to post using a form.cgi file.

Like this:
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<form action="cgi-bin/form.cgi" method="POST">
<input type="hidden" name="DEBUG" value="0">
<input type="hidden" name="MAILFILE" value="privaat/feedback.txt">
<input type="hidden" name="MAILTO" value="mail@xxxxx.be">
<input type="hidden" name="REPLYFAULT" value="contact.html">
<input type="hidden" name="REPLYOK" value="feedbackok.html">
<p><strong>Welk soort commentaar wens je ons te sturen?</strong></p>
<dl>
<dd><input type="radio" name="MessageType" value="Probleem">Probleem
<input type="radio" checked name="MessageType" value="Suggestie">Suggestie
<input type="radio" name="MessageType" value="Vraag">Vraag</dd>
</dl>
etc.
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I am perfectly able to create the form and the "feedback.txt" file by using the Forms Handler from NOF.
EXCEPT for the "action": "cgi-bin/form.cgi".
That file does simply not exist, neither on my local PC, nor on the host's site. Apparently it is called for on the host whenever needed.
If I want to create an action in NOF, I have to browse for a file. But as the form.cgi is nowhere available... I'm unable to have NOF make the action exactly as required. The "action" always points to some local form handler file, never form.cgi.

Is there a kind soul out there who is able to help me out on how I should tackle this?

Sorry for my poor English: it's not my native language.

For the moment I have inserted an "Object HTML" on the contact page which contains the HTML code from my previous site. But that makes editing and formatting the form extremely difficult (for me).