So some of you may remember me looking for some CSS website help a week or so ago, but enough of that.

Anyway, for those who know what I;m talking about, I'm building a website, and me being the complete tool I am, have no idea how to use a built-in 'contact me' form in a CSS template I'm using.

Again, for those who know what I am talking about, this is the code I'm using here.
<form method="post" action="contact.php" id="contactform">

                    <p>Send me a message</p>

                    <label>Name <span class="required">*</span></label>
                    <input name="name" type="text" id="name" value="" />

                    <label>Email <span class="required">*</span></label>
                    <input name="email" type="text" id="email" value="" />

                    <input name="website" type="text" id="website" value="" />

                    <input name="subject" type="text" id="subject"  value="" />

                    <label>Message <span class="required">*</span></label>
                    <textarea name="message" rows="20" cols="50"  id="message" ></textarea><br /><br />

					<input type="submit"  value="Submit" class="button">
         			<input type="reset" value="Reset" class="button">


So, I'm stuck there. If I press the 'submit' button, nothing happens because I haven't yet got a 'contact.php' file yet. How would I go about making that?

This is probably way too specific to find an answer here, but some of you guys know your stuff, so if you can help, thanks so much
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PHP isn't too hard to pick up the basics. Look around youtube, there's a guy who does good tutorials for logins and registration etc.

It's been a while since I've touched it, but you can set an id for the button say id="submitButton" and then in your contact.php you make a value $submit = submitButton. (that code is wrong, but look it up).

You then want to have a few if statements checking that all inputs on the form have been filled out (and correctly).

Then it's just a case of some php code that actually sends the query (value will be $contactQuery for example) to an email address.

Sorry I couldn't be more help, but seriously - try find that guy on youtube. type in "php login tutorial" or something to find his channel.
Thanks guys, this is good stuff.
It's a bit overwhelming considering all I knew was basic html until a week ago, but the info is pretty great Thanks!