Wayan Jaya wrote:
another another question
Is it possible to either customize the confirmation page (within FF) (tried but doesn't seem to want to do it
I have tried that, but if the form is changed, the customisation seems to disappear. I do it after export, for every new change I make to the form. A hassle, but I haven't found any other way.
Wayan Jaya wrote:
not have a confirmation page displayed & just have a confirmation e-mail sent
You can create a redirect back to the page that the form is on, or to another (custom) page/site.
I have created a page in FF (lets call it conformation 1,,, for the moment) on this page is the headings styling etc for the site, it would be nice to either:-
have the details of the completed form show,,(taken from the automatic confirmation page that comes with the form builder, by inserting the iframe from form builder (confirmation page) .) with additional information to the effect that there will be an e-mail coming to them showing the details also. (this I have done no problem).
I then replace the form-builder "conformation.html page with my home made conformation page (re-named) outside of FF in my html editor.
Problem being is that when I upload it to the site,, and complete the form,, it still display's the default conformation page that form builder uses it's like that page is held somewhere else (possibly on the S-Drive)
2/ Not have the default conformation page from form-builder show at all,, but just my homemade page (without the form details) that simply says something like "Thanks for your submission blah blah blah...... an e-mail is on it's way to you with the details you completed blah blah blah
3/ Somehow make the default conormation page from Form builder open in another tab on the users browser (in other words like the "target=blank" sort of thing.
The problem is the default page from form-builder opens over the original web-page,,, which means that one has to use the back arrow on the browser to get back to the site (not actually a big thing really,, but the client doesn't like that)
The form once done & up & running won't change at all so no worries about the home made confirmation page
Upon reflection,, there are going to be 3 forms on this site,, so it might be best option to just have my home-made conofrmation page show (without the form details ) just with the notice to say an e-mail is on it's way
So would that be the re-direct you mentioned,, if so how to do that (without wanting to sound like another certain person from over there: lol:)
Thanks for your time Inger I know you are still busy with that certain other person also.