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Contact form built with Formbuilder not displaying in browser

Thread began 6/04/2019 6:19 pm by gail.bergan407744 | Last modified 6/05/2019 6:53 pm by gail.bergan407744 | 103 views | 5 replies


Contact form built with Formbuilder not displaying in browser


I've built a new contact form with CSS Formbuilder and Universal Email. Using the Simple Contact form, nothing fancy, with the Captcha feature on the bottom. When I go to save the file, I'm getting an error message I've never seen before: My file isn't encoded with UTF-8 encoding, and it's telling me to change it so that the special characters can be displayed (I'm assuming it's referring to the Captcha characters?). When I upload the form, the template is there but the body is completely blank.

I have no idea how to change encoding in the source data. Can someone help? File is attached. Using Dreamweaver CS6 on Windows 10.

Second and unrelated question: if I want to change something in the form once I've closed the dialog box, how do I get back into it? Can't see what to click on to open it back up...


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