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I have the same form on multiple pages, the idea being that I can populated a hidden field with a page specific value automatically.
I figured this should be reasonably straight forward but I can't seem to get the following to take effect.
<?php echo $forms->embed ('my-form-name', array('hidden_field_name' => '666')); ?> No matter what I do, it never updates the default value currently set for said hidden field.
Feels like I'm missing something really obvious?
I hope, this is the right place for questions about the Formbuilder (I couldn't find in the ProField support a subsection for the Formbuilder).
A client needs for his website a random generator of a code (as winning numbers). This generator should be placed in a simple form (name and email) and a random generated code should be visible there.
This code, or winning number, must be stored in the db together with the name and email. And the participant must receive a confirmation email with this code.
I know, that the Formbuilder can store and send data to the user. But what about a random generated code? Is this a hook job?
I found this module: http://modules.processwire.com/modules/process-field-generator/ but it's not for PW 3.
I'm building a Formbuilder form to create new advert pages in a marketplace. Formbuilder is ideal for this. I need to add a description field that allows text to be added with line breaks etc. so showing a CKEditor field would be ideal (i.e. exactly like the field I'm typing into right now)!.
Does anyone know if it's possible to add a CKEditor field to the front end presentation fo a Formbuilder field, maybe via a module or such?
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 'firstname.lastname@example.org' 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.