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Send form params to controller without a model in Rails

Use form_tag with your path. I have used /user_email/send_email. change it according to the route your have setup in routes.rb

form_tag('/user_email/send_email') do %>
    <%= text_field_tag(:subject, class:
    <%= submit_tag "Submit"%>
<% end %>

Categories : Ruby On Rails

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