Tag: form submit message
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Star:EE 1.0.5 - $50.00
ExpressionEngine 3, ExpressionEngine 4
Star:EE is a fun way to enable ratings for your channel entries in ExpressionEngine3. Star:EE also allows you to do some things like enable custom colored stars, number of stars used, multiple display types, custom CSS, and enables you to include your CSS and JS wherever you like for multiple usages.
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- tags: form, form builder, form fields, form validation, contact form, custom form, forms, drag and drop, freeform template, freeform, drag, draggable, layout, form submit message, email notification, ajax form validator, form submit, acadamee awards, simple forms, public forms, proform, multistep forms, multistep, msm, msm forms, multi, catchall, form catchall, captcha, snaptcha
ProForm is the first and most powerful drag and drop form manager for ExpressionEngine 2.0. It's designed to make creation and management of contact forms and other types of public forms easier for developers, content editors, and visitors - everyone who needs to interact with forms in any way. With ProForm, one line of template code can render simple contact forms, or complex multistep forms all created easily through its drag and drop form builder UI. ProForm also gives you precise control over your forms' markup through a full template pair - rendering a form is as easy as rendering your site's content - just the way it should be in ExpressionEngine. ** Full ExpressionEngine 2.10 Support! **
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Have you ever wanted to have a form submit to back to its own page, and have a success message in place, as opposed to having generic thank you page (useful for edit forms especially, when the user might want to do successive edits lets say)?
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