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Essential Bootstrap Form Pack

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Mammothology Essential Bootstrap Form Pack

A set of styled and functional forms for your next website. Get up and running quickly with these fully working and attractive forms.

Features

  • All forms come with validation examples and database code to store input
  • Multiple versions of login & sign-in forms
  • New user registration and sign-up forms
  • Working contact form using PHP mail
  • Ajax payment form with verification and loading icon
  • Subscription billing form example
  • Stripe webhooks example to respond to Stripe events
  • Integrated into Stripe to accept payments
  • Data sorting form with example Javascript to sort and filter by date, number and string
  • Address input form and pricing tables example too

Quick Start

  • Unzip form pack to your root webserver folder
  • Create a database using the included SQL file which will store all form input
  • Navigate to index.php in your browser to see all the example forms
  • Add data to the forms and submit and you’ll see it saved in your database

For Payments/Subscription Forms

  • Sign up for a Stripe account for free athttps://stripe.com
  • Copy your Stripe Publishable Key (see Stripe Account Settings) to payment_form.php and subscribe_form.php in place of ‘YOUR_PUBLISHABLE_KEY’
  • Copy your Stripe Secret Key to subscription.php, payment.php and webhook.php in place of ‘YOUR_SECRET_KEY’
  • Copy the contents of this zip file to your web server root directory, usually named public_html
  • Use a browser to visit your domain to test the files
  • To test the webhook, add the URL to the webhook in your Stripe Account Settings under the Webhooks tab, for examplehttp://example.com/server/webhook.php

Support

As always, there is full support available athttp://mammothology.com/forums


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Created:
25 June 13

Last Update:
25 June 13

Compatible Browsers:
IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome

Software Version:
PHP 5.x

High Resolution:
No

Files Included:
HTML, PHP

Keywords

contact form, database, forms, payments, user input, validation