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CSS Contact Forms, some links

I have been looking for some contact us form templates that use CSS rather than HTML tables

Here are a few links for the ones I have found. I prefer to use CSS links that do not use "ID" but these are just templates
CSS Cookbook, 3rd Edition (Animal Guide)
Fancy form - Stu Nicholls | CSSplay | CSS styling of forms

While looking for these I found this cool reference from MS on custom error pages, and the variables that are available to them.

CSS: The Missing Manual
If I find a few more will post the link. Of course I would never use the mailto command, I have a Email C# class that I have written to do that.

Perhaps I will post that on request, as it has a little error handling too.

Just have to add configurable password, smtp and email addresses to t


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