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Allows ExpressionEngine code to be used in entries and then parsed in the template. Currently, you cannot put EE tags into an entry/post and have them rendered in the template. Instead, the code itself will just display, unprocessed. This plugin makes it so any EE tags in an entry will actually be parsed and have results outputted. Allow EE Code by ...


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Just found out the answer. I had to add quotation marks around the {field:value} conditional. Below is an example. {form:fields} {if "{field:value}" != ''} {field:label} : {field:value} {/if} {/form:fields}


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Solspace Freefom is a powerful form add-on. EE4 compatible, great support and updated frequently https://solspace.com/expressionengine/freeform/


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Welp, the second part is clear; something is either old or out-of-date. I just checked a EE 2.5.5 install, and the exp_security_hashes table definitely doesn't have that column, nor any of those columns, in it's table conformation. In 2.5.5, that table looks like this: Field - Type ------------------------------------ hash_id - int(10) ...


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The problem is the values in the html. The email route field doesn't use the actual email as the values. If you use the actual values from the HTML it will work.


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This might be a file/directory ownership issue. Depending on what kind of host/server you're on, the system "root" user might actually be the owner of all the files in web root. For a lot of stuff this is fine, but occasionally, EE will choke on something unless it's owned by the web user. Note, by 'web user' I'm not referring to the 'person uploading the ...


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It seems your web user (whatever user the website executes under) does not have permission to get outside the root directory. This is normal as this way the website (or code executed by the website) can't escape its root (look into open_basedir). This or the file uploaded does not grant the right permissions when copied from the server temp to the uplaod ...


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Currently we can not do this in forms. You could do it with Javascript though, since you have the ID. Just call some javascript afterwards and add the data attributes. I know it is a pain, but it would work for now.


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Currently forms doesn't support external redirects. You need to redirect to a template and on that template redirect to an external site. If you are trying to redirect to an internal page and it isn't working you should contact our support as there might be an issue with your htaccess.


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Thanks Derek, for pointing that out. I edited system/expressionengine/config/config.php and changed $config['base_url'] = "http://domain.com"; to $config['base_url'] = "http://www.domain.com"; Then added the Rewrite back to my .htaccess RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\.domain\.com$ RewriteRule (.*) http://www.domain.com/$1 [R=301,L] After doing this, I ...


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The version of forms that I updated the site to has a tag that does all of this for you. http://www.devdemon.com/documentation/tag/output-javascript/ explains it all. Always helps to read the docs. Added queue_js="yes" inside my forms tag & then added {exp:forms:output_js} just after I called jQuery at the bottom of my page.


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You could do this using CSS. We provide a considerable amount of wrappers around each input field. Simply drag and drop the form fields you want and save the form. Then open your template and grab the ids of each wrapper. Then using divs you could float and/or inline-block them to work as columns. Another option is you could just publish the form and grab ...


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You're using an outdated version of the DevDemon Forms add-on which doesn't support the version of EE you're running - upgrade to the most current version (3.4.6). (The error is that the ip_address column was removed from the exp_security_hashes table a few versions back.)


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