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How can I remove the e-mail address field from my forms?

The myContactForm.com software automatically generates an e-mail address field for all forms. While we recommend that you leave this field on your forms, you can manually remove the field in an external HTML editor by doing the following:

1. Login to myContactForm.com and copy and paste the form HTML to your local webpage.
2. Within your local HTML editor, manually delete the table row that contains the email address field. The code you want to delete should look something like this:

<tr><td><font color="#000000" size="2" face="Arial"><b> E-mail Address:<font color="#FF0000"> *</font></b></font></td><td><input name="email" type="text" id="email" size="20" maxlength="100" class="fieldstyle"></td></tr>

3. Replace this code with a new hidden field where the Name and ID is email and the Value is Your Email Address. This code should look something like the following, and should be inserted in place of the code you removed above:

<input name="email" type="hidden" id="email" value="you@yourdomain.com">

If done correctly, your form's will now be sent from whatever address you specify in the hidden email field, and your form users will not need to submit their email address.