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edit universal email applied to form

Thread began 5/29/2014 6:12 pm by z.marko348039 | Last modified 5/30/2014 3:46 pm by z.marko348039 | 1425 views | 8 replies


edit universal email applied to form

I need to update a form for a client. Universal Email was applied to the current form.

Computer info: PC, Windows home premium 64-bit, Windows 7
Dreamweaver: version CS5
WebAssist: CSS Form Builder, Universal Email

The form is a simple conference registration form. It currently allows one person to submit their name, title and email and conference choices. The client wants multiple people to use the form to make it easier on the person collecting the registration information.

I started by duplicating the web page under a different name. Next, I added the extra fields to allow for a total of six registrants. That was the only change to the form.

Next, to update the universal email, I clicked on the revised form, opened Universal Email in the Server Behavior panel, edited the email form, clicked Save, and again clicked Save on the web page. Then I uploaded everything to the server. I never know what needs to be uploaded, so I upload everything in the webassist folder and the WA_Universal_Email folder.

Then I did a test. It did send the form in an email and correctly went to the confirmation page.

Here's the problem, it doesn't show the six registrants (name, title & email for each registrant). Everything else seems ok.

Is there a better way to edit the universal email, or should I delete the universal email and start over fresh? Thank you.

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