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Managing Emails with CSS Form builder

Thread began 4/02/2012 6:58 pm by davidirvan2000437653 | Last modified 4/03/2012 12:27 pm by davidirvan2000437653 | 449 views | 2 replies |

davidirvan2000437653

Managing Emails with CSS Form builder

Why is it that when I attempt to manage emails with the CSS Form Builder "form function option" when I go to edit it does not give me the option to have another html page pop up after submission, but when I go directly into Universal Email it allows this option? Then on top of that either option I try when I submit the form I am not receiving the email, and no page "thankyou.html" page is popping up as a specified. Instead just a blank form is refreshed. Please help.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

If the form is just refreshing, it means the universal Email code is not being triggered, please sends a copy of the page in a zip archive so i can look at the code.

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davidirvan2000437653

I figured out another way

Actually I figured out that completing the form completely besides for the form function tab and then using "create an email" works best for my purposes. I dont know what it does not give you the option to have a separate html page popup after form submission in the form function tab like it does in the universal emailer.

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