CSS Form Builder 2 includes Progress Bars that you can apply to any PHP form in the event that form submissions is taking a while. This improves usability for your site visitor.
Additionally, if you are using the Email Delay option of CSS Form Builder 2's Create Email Message functionality, you can add a progress bar that will display how many emails have been sent and how many are remaining.
NOTE: CSS Form Builder 2 automatically adds the progress bar to your forms when your form is created. If you want to remove this progress bar from your form, see Removing the Progress Bar below.
You will need the following items before starting this tutorial:
With your form open, adding a progress bar is a simple operation.
Although the progress bar is useful for seeing the process for sending many emails, it is not necessary, and you can always navigate away from the page after it starts sending the emails.
If you need to make changes to your progress bar after applying it to your form, follow these steps.
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