Also, I just looked at your page and I didn’t see any Action for the form, so naturally it won’t go anywhere in its current form. Perhaps this was a consequence of removing the PHP Feedback Form Action from the page, since the Action sets the form to point to the form handler that the Action creates and uploads to your server.
One other thing for you to try is to change the filename of your form page from whatever.php to whatever.html. This won’t make any difference in how the form is handled, but it will make it possible for you to preview the form in Freeway or your Mac’s browser while designing. Despite some lingering directions to the contrary, you do not need to change the form page to .php when using the Action to process your form.
Finally, I would recommend that you lay out your form in a table rather than as positioned DIV elements. You can achieve the same visual layout either way, but the table offers semantic improvements that are absolutely required if any of your visitors use screen readers or other assistive devices to compensate for low or no vision. Following this advice will allow you to apply the PHP Feedback Form Action to that table, which is absolutely guaranteed to be better than using the page-version of that Action.
On Dec 29, 2011, at 12:47 PM, rakeljuice wrote:
Well, Ive just set the form this way:
Feedback Form activate, with “one page for all errors”, and the success page.
change the filename of your form page from whatever.php to whatever.html. This won’t make any difference in how the form is handled, but it will make it possible for you to preview the form in Freeway or your Mac’s browser while designing
While this is very true and I would doubly recommend this, the page in question here looks like it is a WebYep enabled page which requires the .php suffix to function.
Is there actually any editable content on it though?
ok, Ive changed to table, but it doesnt work. I thought about get and post beceause of the url, but I dont know how to change it… Untill now Ive used phpFeedbackform as simple as it is, and had no problem. The problem is now with validate action.
Since last post Ive been trying on it. Ive not applied the action as a page one, i did it as an element one. But it didnt work again.
I ve just change the .php for .html and it works fine. The thing is that on this way I cant have the editable text via WebYep… but I think this is the problem, that the actions doesnt work fine together in a .php page.
I dont know what was happening before, but now, as I have remade it, it works… I think that it fixed when I removed all the web yep code from the page. Then I set the form in the html page, and it worked, set the page to php and it still worked, and then, I added the web yep elements. At first, I did it in the inverse way. Could be…