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    Default Submit configuration

    I have NetFusion 12. I created a form that I want the user submit by Internet, but when they click it show

    The webpage cannot be found HTTP 404 error

    The Foms Button Properties

    SMTP Server - mail.alianzahispano.org
    Form - info@alianzahispano.org
    To - info@alianzahispano.org
    Success Url - ../Form_member.html Here I created a page when said thanks.

    How could I configure the submit button that send the format to the email?

    Thanks in anticipation
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    First, check the page is uploaded to your server and that you can go there without using the form.

    I tried, and cannot load the apge, therefore I believe it is missing, or uploaded to another folder.

    HTH

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    The double-dots in your Success URL path says to go UP one directory level, then look for the page.

    So if your form is at
    alianzahispano.org/html/forms.html, it will be looking for the success page at
    alianzahispano.org/Form_member.html

    I also looked, and this page is at neither of the locations. In fact, I found a "different" page here:

    http://alianzahispano.org/html/form_member.html

    Note two things:
    1. This is in the /html/ directory, so you should use either one dot or none in your relative path.
    2. The actual page name is all lower case, but you have an uppercase letter in the page name. Yes, this makes a difference.
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