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Hi there, I'm hoping someone can help here.
I've just moved a new site from my development server account over (where the site was working fine for the client to edit content pre-launch) to the client's final hosting account and the live site is all fine. However, while most edits can be done without an issue, image uploads in admin cannot. I know this has been an issue before but, having trawled the posts about it and suggested esolutions I still can't resolve it on their host.
PW Version: 3.0.123
PHP version: 7.3.20
GD Library is enabled
Looking at the console data it looks like the AJAX request from the image upload is getting a 403 error which is suggesting a permissions issue? First we get this on console:
?id=1169&s=1&c=1:1 Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0 Then, the AJAX request:
https://*******/admin/page/edit/?&id=1169&InputfieldFileAjax=1 Gets a 403 according to Chrome Dev Tools > Network XHR. Also, the response is empty.
Can anyone point me in the direction of the directory that deals with this and what the permission should be to allow it or indeed any other fix / area to investigate?
Thanks so much for your help.
Running into an odd error that I can't seem to get my head around.
We have 2 separately created Formbuilder forms sitting on a single page.
But we keep experiencing weird results with them, originally we couldn't get one of the forms to ever submit so we ended up disabling CSRF for them which let us get around this issue.
However it then causes a problem in that with CSRF disabled, one of forms always records 2 entries on submission. Just a straight duplicate within the entries for that form.
So trying to stop this happening we tried enabling CSRF again and although that does stop the duplicated entry, it ends up giving really weird feedback such as the attached screengrab.
Hazarding a guess I assume whatever is trigger on submission is firing twice because of the presence of the second form, but I have no idea why this would be the case as they are 2 seperately named forms?
I have a a form in my site footer that can be accessed anywhere on site, I've added the form in the _inc.php file and added the render in the pages footer.php. However, this works well on the homepage e.g. you can submit said form and get a thank you on reload, doesnt work at all on other pages... Just lots like a fresh reload. Any thing im doing wrong here or ways to diagnose as there isn't an error log for formbuilder etc...?
By Peter Knight
I have a few web forms which require testing on a weekly basis and I don't want the recipients (administrators) to receive these test emails.
What would be a good way to test approx 15 forms from the front end and have the test delivered a list of secondary administrator recipients?
I'm thinking that I could have some kind of config file which watches for a trigger word or email and then understands that it's a test and to bypass the normal admins?
All of the forms ask for an email address so I could setup an email such as 'email@example.com' etc which my config file (hook?) would watch for.
Or is there a better way to do this?
Additionally, I have a few extra requirements...
Forms should goto an alternative success page. This is because I don't want my test to skew my Google Analytics conversion tracking Forms would need to be tested from the front-end and not the PW admin area Any advice appreciated.
BTW I realise this should be posted in the proper FormBuilder support forum. I am in the process of renewing my license for access to that support forum.
What is the best practice for having a form (only accessible to a logged in user) save the user's progress between sections of the form? Fieldsets? Multiple forms?
Use case: I have a very long application form that would take 30 minutes for the applicant to fill out and I would hate for all progress to be lost due to user error. The progress needs to be logged into the user's page.