I've seen a few threads relating to the textarea problem, but in most, it was not resolved or was resolved by changing the textarea to a simple text box. However, since the people submitting my form might potentially have quite a few characters entered in the inputs I've created as textareas, I would like to let them see more of what they have typed than simply one line that scrolls, since what I've found on the internet says you cannot make text boxes wrap.
Is there a way to send a form through email, whether via bluemail, cgi email, or php, that will actually send the data from the textareas? Or is there a way to make the text boxes wrap input? If so, what's the code?
The code I've tried with Bluemail is
<input type="hidden" name="questions" value=message>
with "value=message" varying as =1, = "", etc, but regardless of what I put, the email sends whatever I put as the value, not what was entered in the textarea.
Bluehost hasn't actually made my domain so that it uses my pages yet, so I can't tell if I even have the right code for cgi email. The code currently entered is
<form id='Schedule' action="http://www.renegade-computers.com/bin/cgiemail/public_html/cgi-bin/scheduleservice.txt" method="post">
Similar story for php - I can't get it to work just "from my computer" and I can't get the page through Bluehost yet to see if it will work.
Any info would be great! Thanks so much!