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Internet polls?

Posted by MaryAnnTX (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 30, 03 at 8:01

I'm interested in putting a poll or voting window on a webpage. The kind that gives you the option to vote for 1 out of 3 or 4 choices. You submit and then it brings up a page with the total of the votes so far. I know how to make forms, but I'm thinking that I may need a special program or something for this. Can anyone help me out?
TIA
MaryAnn


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RE: Internet polls?

It all depends on your ISP. check their help pages.

If they offer polls as a feature, it's fairly easy.

If they don't, you are into seriously geekish territory and probably should reconsider.


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RE: Internet polls?

Thanks lazygardens! I'll check with my isp, although they are a small local company. They probably don't offer polls.


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RE: Internet polls?

There are some available thoguht third party avenues. For instance, Yahoo Groups offer polls for members, there are other sites which probably offer a poll as a table or page that inclded one of thier banners.


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You can get free forms..Polls, etc., from http://www.bravenet.com

Here is a link that might be useful: Bravenet


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RE: Internet polls?

Thanks for all the suggestions. Peggy, I registered at Bravenet. That was exactly the type of poll I was searching for.
Thanks again!


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RE: Internet polls?

You're welcome, MaryAnn. If you have a popup blocker, better turn it on when visiting Bravenet cause they sure do have a lot of them. LOL


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RE: Internet polls?

MaryAnn, me again. We have used Bravenet polls on our website as well.....they worked prefectly.


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