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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.
By BFD Calendar
We're looking for someone who can make an addon for our website using Formbuilder and publishing the pages to a Google Calendar instantly.
The use is a setup for laser reservations for a modelbuilding lab, see www.mekano.info to have a bit of an idea. On the 'calendar' page you'll find a linked Google calendar that lists all events per day. These events are now all added by staff members in a shared Google calendar. Underneath the calendar is a list of recent use of our lasercutters, generated by a form where user, machine and start time are entered and duration is calculated by editing that form. I have a likely form to add a reservation to enter user, machine and time/date but we want them to go into our shared Google calendar 'immediately'. If you look at early June in the calendar you can see how it should look like.
I know there are simple solutions to make this happen but haven't figured a working out.
We want Google calendar so all our staff can subscribe and see the calendar on all their devices. On the other hand we want to keep a list of students who made reservations because at some point they are limited.
If you're interested I can give you a login to see a bit more behind the curtains. Part of the website is public for students and guests, quite a few functional pages are only visible when you're logged in.
I'm using Form builder module by Ryan and I'm trying to render HTML success message after form is sent using value from this field:
but it renders exactly as it is written in the field, not as HTML. To render it I just use echo
<?= $successMessage ?> What am I missing?
Thanks for any help. 🧒
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.
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(firstname.lastname@example.org'); // output: email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org – gmail uses it to label mails…