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2 WA_ValidationToolkit folders?

Thread began 7/29/2009 10:21 am by skyll237680 | Last modified 7/29/2009 6:21 pm by skyll237680 | 1985 views | 2 replies


2 WA_ValidationToolkit folders?

I have a working contact form solution pack. It comes with a "WA_ValidationToolkit" folder located in the "ContactForm_GMC" folder where the form resides which the form uses to validate fields. I customized the form by adding additional form fields. Then I used Validation Toolkit to add validations to my newly added form fields. Everything works fine. But I noticed that when I added the new Validation Toolkit validations, it created another "WA_ValidationToolkit" folder in the root of the site, and now it refers to WAVT_Scripts_PHP.php and WAVT_ValidatedForm_PHP.php in this root folder instead of the ones in the "ContactForm_GMC" folder (and are slightly different than the originals) with the Captcha files.

Can I delete the originals? and just let it refer to the new ones it created in the root of the site that it generated? This is confusing to me to have 2 set of these same two files. Or should I replace the ones in the "ContactForm_GMC" VT folder with the newly created ones it generated in the root folder?

And what happens in the future if I use VT again on some other form in the site, will it mess with the contact form validations?


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