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Thread began 8/24/2010 2:24 pm by madelectrical386948 | Last modified 8/27/2010 3:27 pm by madelectrical386948 | 1931 views | 13 replies

madelectrical386948

Hi Jason,

You didn't reply on the last comments. I figured it out, but normally, I really like to ask before I do. Just to save time.

I just basically copied the form ID and renamed it to what I wanted using the standard copy and replace feature.

I have been cking out different web sites for different contact pages and I notice 3 big areas that are not covered by WA that I can see.

The Captcha is very difficult to see sometimes.
1. Are there better formats out there that make it easier to see? I guess different pics of that would help.
2. How do you make the info stay after you put a wrong reply to your Captcha. It's not a big deal with a very small form, but if you ask a client to put lots of time and info and it's wiped out with a wrong input, that is very bad. So how do you keep the info there?
3. I need to ask more to the form that WA offers. The normal contact is Name:, Email and comments. I would like to ask for 1st name, last,city,email and phone number under a contact header. Some drop downs and selections after that. Can I do that with the WA, or do I basically hard code it in?
If I hard code it in, will is goof up the validations in the beginning scripts?

Please let me know.

Mike
<?php require_once("WA_ValidationToolkit/WAVT_Scripts_PHP.php"); ?>
<?php require_once("WA_ValidationToolkit/WAVT_ValidatedForm_PHP.php"); ?>

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