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UNZIP the file called maxcontact.zip (which you must have done
to be reading this) and then edit the contactconfig.php page.
You simply change the text strings to be appropriate to you
and your website. 

Then FTP all the files to your website. Actually, you can stick
the pages and images right in your root folder.

    Note: In order to install this program, it is essential to have a 
    knowledge of how to FTP files to a webserver. If you're not 
    confident about FTP, please contact me at hide@address.com

    I can quickly install the system on your website for a minimal 
    setup fee. See: http://www.webwisesage.com/addons/contactus.html

After FTP'ing the pages, you don't have to set any particular 
permissions for them.

   A good way to test if PHP is installed and working
   on your webhost is to run the file called testif.php.
   In other words, run www.yourdomain.com/testif.php

   You MUST get a blue page listing all the features that
   are part of your PHP install on your webhost.  AND it should
   have a PHP Version of at least 4.1

That's all there is to it!  

Now you need to setup some "Nature of Request" emails to send
as auto-responses. You'll find complete instructions about how
to do that in the folder called 'documentation."

At this point,  you're ready to put Max Contact
pop-ups on your webpages.  We recommend this Javascript:

First, put this in the header:

<script language="javascript">

function popup(theURL,winName,features) {


Then put this on the pages where you use the Email Contact:

<p><a href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="popup('http://www.yourdomain.com/contactform.php',
resizable=yes,width=700,height=600')">Contact Us</a>

Make sure (of course) that you change www.yourdomain.com to your
website address.  (And the above Javascript assumes you put the
Max Contact pages in the root folder.)

More documentation is in the html files in the folder called

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