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uniqu3

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  1. Another option to overcome hoster limits would be in example Amazon SES service https://aws.amazon.com/ses/ you can use it in an email client like Outlook or in example an app like https://sendy.co/ which is quite easy to handle.
  2. I doubt it is a desired solution but unbinding click event which is binded in setupButtonStates function like posted before would do the trick. $(document).ready(function() { $(document).off('click', 'a > button') .on('click', 'a.InputfieldButtonLink', function(e) { e.preventDefault(); var $el = $(event.target); console.log($el); }); });
  3. Not sure if i am on the right track but i guess the reason could be https://github.com/processwire/processwire/blob/master/wire/templates-admin/scripts/main.js on line 90
  4. Have you tried event.preventDefault() instead of return false?
  5. @bernhard the != or == comparison operator will simply check for a value no matter of the type in example checking against 1, '1', or true will always return true, whereas triple comparison operator will also check for type, therefore if a variable value was set to like var a = 1; checking against boolean like if(a === true) will return false because value of variable a is actually integer. It's best practice using triple comparison operator but it also depends on situation if in example the type of value you are checking against is always known and you always expect it to be the same.
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