I can't see your image since I'm at work and I don't want to parse your spaghetti code, but I will help you understand forms a bit better so you can write your own.
A form is made up of a few tags in HTML. They can go anywhere in a page, but it is recommended to put one between <div> tags or <td> tags.
You start a form like so:
you can extend it with parameters. You want to mail the post data from the form to someone.
enc/type isn't needed as it sends it as plain text anyway, unless you plan on using file attachments but that's beyond this brief tutorial.
Now, you make input boxes. Here are some example boxes:
<input type="text" size="10" /> Simple Text Box
<input type="password" maxlength="10" /> password box
<input type="checkbox" checked="checked" value="true" /> Checkbox
<input type="radio" name="group" value="value" disabled="disabled" /> Radio button. Keep the group name the same for multiple buttons to limit selection to one.
<input type="hidden" name="name" value="value" /> Hidden form element. Used in scripts for passing variables through forms.
You can also use <textarea name="name"></textarea>
You can set things with default values with value="" for a parameter, except textarea. You put the default text for that between the tags.
Submit buttons that process the form are as follows:
<input type="submit" value="Click me!!!" />
<input type="reset" value="Reset to default values" />
Then you end with </form>
Hope I helped!http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_forms.asp
Use that site for more help.
E: one more thing I want to add.
mailto uses the user's mail client on their computer
to send the e-mail. If they don't have a default mail client (most computers do but you never know) then the form won't work for them. If you want a form independant of mail clients, see if your server has PHP support. It's very simple to send a form using PHP, so if you have PHP on your server I'd be glad to help whip up a small script for sending an e-mail.Edited by NessTheHero - 7/9/08 at 12:03pm