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Adding Redirect to Form with CSS Form Builder 2

Thread began 11/07/2010 6:22 pm by davidwoodbridge298833 | Last modified 11/07/2010 9:11 pm by davidwoodbridge298833 | 1174 views | 4 replies |

davidwoodbridge298833

Adding Redirect to Form with CSS Form Builder 2

I cannot find the section in CSS Form Builder 2 that allows you to apply a redirect go to page once the server validation for the form has completed.

Most forums posts suggest using Universal Email 4 to apply the redirect - but CSS Form Builder 2 advertises that it can do this, and they arent really compatible.

Please help.

Thanks
David

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neilo

Hi David,

CSSForm Builder 2 comes with integration to Universal Email, UE installs alongside the CSSFB installation, so there is no compatibility issue.

To specify a 'Go to' page, double click Universal Email in your bindings panel, and specify the page you wish to redirect to (following validation) in the 'Go to page' field, which is the second item in the interface.

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davidwoodbridge298833

I uninstalled UE as per instructions when installing CSSFB. Once I found instructions on how to insert redirect, I tried to reinstall UE and it popped up saying that CSSFB was installed and that installing UE would cause errors. I ignored this, and Dreamweaver started having js errors loading any Webassist app. I cleared the .dat file, but same result. I have uninstalled UE and CSSFB, and reinstalled CSSFB, and all errors are gone. All working great. But no UE.

What am I doing wrong here?

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davidwoodbridge298833

"CSS Form Builder 2 includes all the functionality of the older Validation Toolkit and Digital File Pro, as well as the current versions of Universal Email and HTML Editor. If you own any of these tools and it is currently installed, you will need to uninstall these extensions from the Adobe Extension Manager prior to installing CSS Form Builder 2."

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davidwoodbridge298833

OK - I see, said the blind man. Once I edit the email settings, there is a goto page element.

Sorry, thanks.

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