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About action page...

Thread began 1/12/2011 3:57 am by rikaG_510 | Last modified 1/13/2011 1:50 am by rikaG_510 | 967 views | 2 replies |

rikaG_510

About action page...

Hi,

I've read the CSS Form Builder Getting Started Guide, but still not quite sure about what Action page does.

At the moment the action page I set in my form is the same as the form page, though I'd like to have a page with a message of "thank you! your inquiry has been sent successfully" after submitting "submit" button. This is not the same as Action page, right?

Then to make a link between "submit" button and "thank you" page, do I just right HTML code to go link up?
Or is there any other proper way to do it?

Rika

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The action page is the page that the form submits to. That page is the page that processes the form, since it is the page that gets the results of the user input and usually records information in the database and/or sends an email.

You can use the Go To page in the email server behavior to redirect to the thank you page... Just double click on the email server behavior on the action page and you can set it to go to the thank you page once the email is sent.

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rikaG_510

Hello Ray,

Thank you!
I made "thank you" page linked from Uni. email behavior with no problem.

Rika

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