Would like a calculating line of fields i.e. Quantity (entered by user) Description (Text field in form) Price (money field in form with price determine at design time) and Value which would be Quantity x Price.
Then have the ability to subtotal all of the Value fields and calculate tax (entered by user) for the rate required by the State or Province to be paid and then a grand total.
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I have not seen the latest version yet, but hopefully it includes templates of forms already built, such as for:
There are standard questions
I could add query string elements into the form results table. For example, I could take URL www.site.com/form.asp?product=widget and add product:widget to the form results using a hidden field.
Similarly, I could use ASP request HTTP_REFERER to include the referring URL in my form results.
Are either of these possible now, or being discussed as future features? It's really good to know what page/product the customer is interested in without forcing them to choose again from a drop-down list.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.
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1. Ability to send the form to a custom built form handler page. Currently, you can output to S-Drive or save to a MySQL database. Both fine for many people, I'm sure (although you should probably have some rudimentary error handling when writing to a database), but I need to be able to call a form handling page (i.e. set the <form action="xxx.php">. I can get around this by replacing the existing form handler page created by the manual export, but it would be simpler if I could specify it as I'm creating the form.
2. Ability to include more than one Submit button. I use the value attribute of the <input type="submit"> to determine the form handling; this allows me to include a Cancel button or a Check Details button. Even a rudimentary Cancel button would be better than nothing.
3. A new element which allows the form designer to include server side scripts anywhere in the form. In other words, the ability to include something like <?php echo "Welcome "$_SESSION['user']; ?>
4. Ability to name both the form filename and extension. Currently the form page which is inserted in the <iframe> is named something like Form.html. I'd like to be able to specify the file name and extension (essential if my request for server side scripts - 3. above - were to get up!)
IF you could put the php handler back in, add in the number kind of spam prevention, make it where you can paste in html and then upload to your own site, I might come back.
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Say I have forms for 5 clients, some with more than one form, will the results be separated into different folders?
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