Contact form data question (Tutorial)

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Contact form data question (Tutorial)

Post by wwonderfull » Fri Sep 18, 2020 10:51 am

wyndham wrote:
Fri Sep 18, 2020 1:57 am
I'm new to some of the features such as forms. I put in a contact block with name, email and phone and comment box with a submit button.
What I want is to have that information sent to my email when the submit button is pushed then clear the data fields
I don't know how to set the different options.
I hope someone can help me understand how to do this
I am just showing you a simple trick which is basic to be honest. But it will fulfill your needs.
First of all setting up your gmail as an smtp:


1. Log in to your gmail and then go to settings/Forwarding and POP/IMAP
2. Enable IMAP

**Now you can use your gmail as an smtp.**

Making the form:
Try to see the images and do as exact as possible:

NOTE: If you don't know much about gmail smtp see here
Now this is how you use your gmail as smtp:

For the reset process take a Dialog from jQuery Ui>Dialog and do as following:
NOTE: Do not check show dialog automatically or it will cause issues


After that go to the contact form layout grid and go to "Form" then select the dialog box as below shown:


For the form to reset, go to Dialog>Event and do as following:


And the result will be something like this


After publishing your website on the web and not previewing in local you can see the dialog box containing "the Message successfully sent text box which had been dragged inside the dialog box" You can write your own text and put it inside the dialog box and also can change the title of the doalog box.

This is a quick tutorial. I hope beginners find it useful.

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Re: Contact form data question (Tutorial)

Post by zinc » Mon Sep 21, 2020 7:56 am

Very cool and useful! Thank you for sharing!
Good news everyone! COVID-19 is STILL here!

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