Yes, @Mathew is correct- Machform is totally compatible with Foundation. In fact, virtually all of my sites have Machform in them. Images that are uploaded with Machform are stored in the database.
Sitelok is also 100% compatible with Foundation and, since you mention that MySQL & PHP aren’t really your thing, then I’d highly suggest looking at Joe’s Sitelok stacks too. I haven’t used them, but I hear they make integrating Sitelok even easier than it already is (and, that’s very easy).
Also, since you aren’t all that familiar with MySQL, there are two other benefits of Machform I think you’ll appreciate:
• If you use the self-hosting option (which is what I do), the owner of Machform will take care of the database stuff for you…FOR FREE. You’ll need to give him FTP & cPanel rights…but you can always revoke them (or change the passwords) after he’s finished
• You (or your client) can, AT WILL, add/delete/modify fields without ever touching the database again. With most forms software, if you add a new field for a visitor to complete, you would also need to modify the database so that it gets captured. Not with Machform…the software takes care of 100% of the database issues. So, rest assured that you can create NEW forms and/or modify current forms to your heart’s content - and you’ll never have to touch the database at all. It just works.
If you have any other questions about Machform or Sitelok, let me know (or, tag Adrian, the owner of Sitelok by including @vibralogix in your post). Adrian’s site, by the way, is built in RapidWeaver, he’s active on this forum, and his customer service attitude is second to none. He seems to take joy in helping people deploy Sitelok. And, no - I don’t know him or have any business relationship with him (e.g., affiliate marketing) - he’s just a fantastic resource to turn to.