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Inger wrote:
The website Christian was referring to is a WordPress site. My guess is, that the form also is some WP product. I don't know WP well enough to be able to tell which file Christian has to modify, so let's hope that Ernie Hodge comes by here, he might know.


Russ in Derbyshire England is also a wordpress guru I think he still pops by the forums occasionally.
I hadn't realised the site was wordpress.
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John Ferguson wrote:
Wayan,
What app are you using for your forms if not WFB? I'm very frustrated with having to use WFB and Form Designer to get the look I want.

Thanks,
John

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Yes, I forgot that Russ had started using WP.
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That form is Quick Contact and here's a link to a number of articles about using it with the Jupiter theme which the site is using.

https://www.google.com/search?q=mk-quick-contact&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS773US773&oq=mk-quick-contact&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.8920j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Christian should be able to find out about the settings in one or more of the articles. I've never used that theme or contact form so I can't just say where to go to set the font size.

Hope this helps.

Yes it's WP, 135 lines of code in the head section alone.
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Inger wrote:
Yes, I forgot that Russ had started using WP.

I'm confused is the form web form builder?
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No, it is not. According to Ernie it's called Quick Contact and made by WP
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It's not by WP. It's a third party form that's designed to work with WP.

I only have one WP sight and use a plugin called Contact Form 7.
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I'm using Web Form Builder to design and export the forms.

From within Web Form Builder, the Settings section is where I select Notification to set up the email the will be sent to the user whenever someone fills out the form. At the bottom of that section is where I can customize the code to change the appearance of the email. (see attached image)

Once I've modified the code, I then upload the files and folder to my website via FTP.

Then I access the website with the page that has the form, fill it out, and then wait until the email arrives to see if the results are formatted correctly.

My point was, I was trying to avoid having to go into the form in WFB, modify the code, save, export, upload, and test. I would like to know what file contains the Notification code so I could go in to that file via FTP, change the one or two bits of information, and save without having to do the whole nine yards.
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