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By Noel Boss
To create a new gitlab issue, I'd like to send an Email to the following email address using FormBuilder:
unfortunately, the / in the email gets striped by the sanitizer:
wire('sanitizer')->email(email@example.com'); // output: firstname.lastname@example.org Is there any way to configure the sanitizer? Any other Ideas how to send the mail to this address?
Ps.: I can not define the email format as it is defined by gitlab. The format is also kind of "common" and known as email-alias in the form of email@example.com – gmail uses it to label mails…
I wanted to start this thread to see what others are doing to make sure they are compliant with GDPR.
Basically, a ton of websites are built on WordPress and I am seeing tons of plugins being rolled out to help with cookie compliance etc.
Processwire however, doesn't have anything available. Also, if we are using FormBuilder, do we need an opt-in checkbox?
I was wondering if there's an easy way to validate if a title is a valid value for a FieldtypeOptions field.
I have created a field with different status values where only a single value can be selected:
1=done 2=planned 3=error Now I am going to update the page which includes this field which works fine so far - but: I I am using any other string than the defined options it stores a blank value. To avoid this I am trying to validate the input before. Something like getAllOptionsForField > in_array() etc would work but maybe there's a build-in method I am currently missing?
Long story short: how would you validate if the given string is a valid option for a field?
as usual: Thanks
So I have been creating an internal web app over the last couple months, and am finally on the last piece of the puzzle, customizable forms. I thought I could just create a view basic forms and use a select option to let them select the form, and my template file could just output the form based on their selection. Easy enough. However, I have since ran into a slight head scratcher. Not all the forms are the same and they might vary greatly between each other.
Has anyone done something similar to this? In an ideal world, I would use form builder, but I really dont want them to have access to it. They are currently constrained to a few pages in the backend, which is why I was trying to think of a way for them to select a few fields (like from a page select), and then render the selections on the front end based on what was selected.