iWeb does not do PHP, nor does it MySQL, so there is no compatibility issue.
But of course you can use PHP :
And this form :
I use it here :
So do not jump to conclusions too easily.
Create a form and use the TABLE, TR and TD elements. Or use DIV.
It's still a form.
And it does not have to be a PHP file.
You can even paste the HTML code in the HTML snippet.
Only your form action has to be a php file if you want to process the information :
<form action="form.php" method="post">
Hi Wyodor, Thank you for your answers.
I know how to make tables and forms.
I know that php is just for the action.
But I didn’t get how can I use submit (sending information) in case of using MobileMe apple server. Is it really possible without using Jot-Form and Wifoo?
Old Toad, Jot-Form and Wifoo have many different forms, but if I try to customized them, it almost impossible as I see. I want what I want, not what they have.
All webservers supports PHP (and MySQL).
Your Form Action is done on your own webserver. Even when MobileMe was around.
At Wufoo you can download their sample forms.
Only the action is blank. You have to do that yourself.
All of the above I do on my iMac, my NAS, and other webservers.
And in addition to my other post about the mail form, here's one I use in a webpage created with HTML Egg on my iPad :
As with iWeb, the form is embedded with an iframe.
The obvious alternative to this - and far simpler to implement - would be to use a shopping cart rather than try to reinvent the wheel.
PayPal is probably the most widely used system...
... and this next page shows an example of a shopping cart with digital delivery...
Put the script on the server and determine its location.
Read this :
I prefer to keep the form as a separate file and use this :
That's how I use the forms I linked to in previous post.