Web Form

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When I use the exported code from Web Form Builder and paste that into an HTML element I don't see the contact form once I've exported everything and uploaded to my site.
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Did you also upload the PHP file and the contents of the FB file folder?
A link to the site would be helpful ;)
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Yeah it probably would have helped.

http://bigdavesweb.com/contact_test.html

On that page in the white space on the right is the code as pasted from FB to RSD.

The contact form at the bottom is the code I pasted in in HTML Editor.

Needless to say I'm a little lost in the code.
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Just right this second I've noticed a lot of slashes are missing. Is this the problem?
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Can confirm on export RSD removed all the slashes from the FB code. If you put them back it works.
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David McLuckie wrote:
Can confirm on export RSD removed all the slashes from the FB code. If you put them back it works.

We will look into it, thanks for the note!
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Can I embed an S-Drive Web Form into my RSD page? I tried it by adding the Web Form generated scripts into the <Head></Head> and the <!-- Start of the body content for CoffeeCup Web Form Builder -->...... where I want the form to appear on the page, but all that does is insert a "Click here" link on the page that opens a new browser page with the Web Form only on it.

What I would like is to have the Web Form on the RSD page itself, not sitting alone on a blank page.

Can this be done?.
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Patrick Smith wrote:
Can I embed an S-Drive Web Form into my RSD page? I tried it by adding the Web Form generated scripts into the <Head></Head> and the <!-- Start of the body content for CoffeeCup Web Form Builder -->...... where I want the form to appear on the page, but all that does is insert a "Click here" link on the page that opens a new browser page with the Web Form only on it.

What I would like is to have the Web Form on the RSD page itself, not sitting alone on a blank page.

Can this be done?.

Sure, that is no problem. Use the HTML Element for that and paste in the Form Builder markup. Remember the form will only function once you publish your website though.


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Thanks Scott. I'l go try that now.

If this works, my first RSD website will be ready and I'll get my client to check it out on my testing server before it goes live. Do you want me to send you guys a link when it's done?
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Patrick Smith wrote:
Thanks Scott. I'l go try that now.

If this works, my first RSD website will be ready and I'll get my client to check it out on my testing server before it goes live. Do you want me to send you guys a link when it's done?

Most certainly!!! Please post it here at http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/respons … -designer/
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