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Form Redirect

Thread began 7/25/2011 2:00 pm by ehumbert267432 | Last modified 7/27/2011 12:32 pm by ehumbert267432 | 1656 views | 9 replies


Form Redirect

I've created a form to upload files to a specified directory on the server. This form is a pre-existing form, and it works, especially since I used Form Builder to specify how the uploads were handled. All works well, and I used the pre-existing form because when I try and build it from scratch (the page layout was built using a Dreamweaver template) it seems to force the form to drop about 10 lines below the existing text. Hand creating the form works without the big gap.

So, the form is uploading the files quite satisfyingly. Now, I need to put in a redirect when completed, so that the customer will get a message thanking them. Message page is built, but I can't figure out how to redirect to the thank-you page. Any thoughts?


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