Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

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Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Aris » Wed Mar 22, 2017 6:27 am

Hi.

Converting the Signup to Form, I understood that the gray border of Signup is itself a Form.

I wish to ask some questions:

1. May I put the resulting Signup, after Converting to Form, --with all its contents (full name, username etc) in a Layoutgrid, in order the Signup to be responsive?
(I see that I cannot put the resulting Signup --after Converting to Form-- in a Layoutgrid.
Probably, I make some mistake here.

2. If the answer to question 1 is YES, can you suggest me a way to do it?
3. If the answer is NO, what I must do?

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Pablo » Wed Mar 22, 2017 7:12 am

May I put the resulting Signup, after Converting to Form, --with all its contents (full name, username etc) in a Layoutgrid, in order the Signup to be responsive?
No, you cannot use a form inside a Layout Grid, because a form is a fixed sized (not-flexible) container.
However you can use a layout grid itself as a form (Enable form). You can move all form elements to the layout grid (so they become flexible) and copy the form's properties.

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Aris » Wed Mar 22, 2017 11:30 am

THANK YOU, Pablo.

One more question please:
...copy the form's properties.

When I put the properties for all form elements before movement to the grid,
and then move the Forms to the layout grid,
is it enough for copying all properties?

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Aris » Wed Mar 22, 2017 11:40 am

After moving all the Form elements to the Layoutgrid,
I must use Settings > Form name (For example, Signup) and enable Form processing?

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Pablo » Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:35 pm

I must use Settings > Form name (For example, Signup) and enable Form processing?
Yes!

And you need to make all properties of the form the same as the signup form.

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Aris » Wed Mar 22, 2017 1:43 pm

the same as the signup form
You mean with the same values as in Signup form? Isn't it?

Additionally, I would wish to add in the new Signup an Email verification.
Can you suggest to me the way?

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Pablo » Wed Mar 22, 2017 2:10 pm

You mean with the same values as in Signup form? Isn't it?
Yes, as in the converted signup form.
Additionally, I would wish to add in the new Signup an Email verification.
Before you convert the signup form to a standard form you will have to enable email verification. The HTML block will then contain the necessary code.

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Aris » Thu Mar 23, 2017 5:11 am

Sorry for coming back to the same question again and again.

The reason is the following:

Before converting the standard Signup to form, all work perfectly!!!

When I Convert the standard Signup to Form (Convert to Form), and drag all form elements to the layout grid, it does not work.

I make something wrong. But I don't know what.

1. When you say
...You can move all form elements to the layout grid...
, you mean drag and drop the elements to the layout grid?

2. Probably, I do not understand what to do with the next instruction:
... and copy the form's properties
.

A. I must copy the PHP code from the resulting Signup HTML object and paste it to the layout grid?
B. I must move all form elements AND whole the
Signup HTML object
to the layout grid?

Probably, A and B are wrong.

Please, help me!
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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Pablo » Thu Mar 23, 2017 8:03 am

you mean drag and drop the elements to the layout grid?
Yes
... and copy the form's properties
- Open the properties of the signup form (the form that was created after the conversion).
- Take note of all the selected options
- Open the properties of the layout grid, enable the form and make the settings the same as the signup form.
- After you have made sure all settings are the same you can remove the signup form from the page.
A. I must copy the PHP code from the resulting Signup HTML object and paste it to the layout grid?
No
I must move all form elements
Yes
Signup HTML object
No, you can leave it where it is.

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Aris » Thu Mar 23, 2017 10:38 pm

Pablo, THANK YOU!!!

I followed exactly your detailed instructions, and the Signup WORKS PERFECTLY!

Some more questions, please:

1. I must follow EXACTLY the SAME instructions with the remaining Login forms (login, forgot password, change password,...)?


2. When a user writes in Signup with English characters in all the form elements, he sees --as I wish-- the verification page and receives an email with a generated code, in order to login.

But when he writes his full name with Greek characters --as I would wish--, he does not see the verification page. He receives an email with all his information.

2a. I would wish the user to write his full name in Greek characters, and all other information (User name, Password, Confirm password) in English characters. (When the user writes User name in Greek characters, he does not see Verification page. He receives only the email).

What I must do to solve this?

Thank you. Again and again.

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Re: Responsive Signup after Converting to Form

Post by Pablo » Fri Mar 24, 2017 6:55 am

1. Yes
2. Maybe the character-set of the page is not set to UTF-8?
3. The script not design to accept greek characters, it only accepts alpha numeric charterers (for better security), You will have to modify the script for if you need different behavior.

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