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We have a client with a site running ProcessWire.

We have encountered some issues with a form a previous developer on our team made. Since we are extremely busy and need a helping hand, I am reaching out to the community.

Essentially the form we had is an order form running on Form Builder. We chose form builder because of the ability to rapidly develop forms and store data. However we can move away from it for the order form.

Basically here is what we need:

An order form running on PHP or FormBuilder

Form must output an order number and send an email to various emails with the order details. Also need an auto responder email with the order details and business information from the client.

The order number must increment.

Once the form is submitted, the results need to display on the same page with a print button.

This form must work on all browsers!

Need this built today or tomorrow.

Will pay immediately and we will keep work coming your way if all works well.

PM for the site details.

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