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  1. lol.. now i fixed the charset issue with this (except in the actual email title in the inbox): <?php header('Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1'); ?> <!DOCTYPE HTML> <head> <meta name="x" content="y" /> so now the only issue is that own email address at the end of the email...
  2. ok, now i finally got it to work by just taking the "ip" form value via this code: https://www.codegrepper.com/code-examples/php/how+to+get+ip+address+of+client+using+php but now there is that charset issue lol (plus it seems to add my own email address to the end of the email every time - i have only set it to be the 'send to' address, nothing else)
  3. ok, but now the charset wnet crazy a bit and "charset=ISO-8859-1" doesn't seem to work anymore... and should i start the newly renamed file with some php code now? it's like this atm: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"> (plus the ip box is completely empty now)
  4. i basically have the main form page as .html atm, but should i convert it to php then somehow to get that "value= echo" part to work? currently i have the php part in the 'action' part like this: <form action="getdata.php" method="post" name="name">
  5. so i've been trying to figure this out for a long time already, but still don't get it how does this "get_ip" thing turns out inside the email in the end? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/51067389/how-to-get-ip-address-from-html-form-using-php and how can you use the "<?php echo $ip ?>" code inside an html form in the first place if it is only html and not even php at all? (aka the ¤value="<?php echo $ip;?>"¤ part doesnt even work at all and only displays the same exact code instead of the ip...) plus where should it display the "<script>var ip = "<?php ech
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