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When I create a form with FormBuilder, is there a way to stop it from showing the vertical scroll bar on the right side of the form page??? For example look at this page.
http://www.cji.edu/registration/reg-lemd/?course_name=Effective Report Writing&course_date=December 6, 2017
Why does it even have a scroll bar?
A few of our clients are having issues receiving emails sent via form builder after a client submits a form.
They display fine in certain clients but in Outlook especially the body content is either missing or the raw code is displayed.
Does anybody have any ideas why this might be the case or any ideas about how to diagnose the issue?
Not sure if this is an issue with the emails themselves or the server from which they are being sent.
Just wondering if anyone else has experienced anything similar?
I need your assistance please. I purchased the module FormBuilder. Unfortunately, the module discontinued delivering customer submissions to e-mail box specified in the module settings. Direct mailing to the e-mail box works OK. The module settings stays the same and are correct, like "Send e-mail to administrator(s) is checked. The last version of FormBuilder 3.0 has been installed. Please advise how to resolve the issue becase I cannot get orders from customers anymore (((
I'm thinking of buying FormBuider,
but first i want to know if i can use it for my needs.
I checked the features of FormBuilder and found these:
Send an auto-responder Conditionally email form submission to different people based on field values Display a success message, redirect to another URL or pull text from another page to display after form submission but i want to know, if its possible combine these to:
redirect to a page that displays content based on (different) fields values just submitted from the form?
auto-respond a email based on the field values.
if $formfield1="elephant" -> echo "your choice was an animal"
if $formfield2="blue" -> echo "you selected a blue elephant"