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cforms hangs after submit, One moment please ...
July 20, 2009
6:59 pm
Oliver
Munich, Germany
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1. original site (WP 2.8.1 +cformsII 10.6) – http://villa-margareta-novalja.com/private-accommo…..ntact.html

can you try with other plugins turned off and the default theme?

does the same thing happen with ajax disabled?

2. test site (WP 2.8.2 +only cformsII 10.6 plugin and default theme) – http://novaljapag.com/villa/private-accommodations…..valja.html
On test site tracking is enabled but it doesen't show up.

looks like a permission issue. do you have "role manager" installed or any other user mgmt plugin?

did you try to deactivate/reactivate the plugin?

July 20, 2009
9:34 pm
MAS2
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I solved "One moment please…" issue deactivating Ajax from cForms settings

Cool

July 21, 2009
2:04 pm
Svetac
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Hi Oliver,

after debuging and debuging and senting cca 30 test inquiries I finally SOLVED IT!

In Admin Email Message Options I had in the BCC field another email address entered. After I emptied the BCC field and moved email address to Admin Email Addres(es) field it  works again like a charmed!

Hope it helps to others also!

August 23, 2009
7:23 am
Ann
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I was having the EXACT same problem with forms hanging with a "one moment please" message--I Unchecked the Ajax button and the forms worked.  Try it-- it really was that simple.

September 4, 2009
6:21 pm
Chris S
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I am having same issue, and disabling AJAX solved for me too.  My question now is, how do I get the AJAX to work?

Thanks!!

[NEVERMIND:  I was being a putz, missed the uri setting in cforms.js (per comment #10)]

January 8, 2010
3:02 am
Wes Bos
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I had the same problem. Turns out that I was referencing a local variable in /js/cforms.js since I built the site locally and then moved it to to a live enviroment.

January 8, 2010
7:11 am
Oliver
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yes, that's why there are explicit move instructions on the plugin home page cool

January 20, 2010
4:45 am
astro604@gmail.com
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I am not able to get the form to submit anything it hangs with the "one moment please" could someone have a look and give any advice on what I should try?

http://absoluteconfidence.com/blog/contact

I'm using wordpress 2.7.1 and the latest update of cforms.

All attributes for cform folders and files are set to 755.

Thanks

January 20, 2010
6:53 am
Oliver
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Please check the FAQs, this is a very commonly asked question and has been answered multiple times in this forum as well.

March 20, 2010
2:35 pm
flahammerhead
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Awesome form builder.  Disabling AJAX fixed my problem too.  Thankslol

March 30, 2010
7:48 pm
Guest

Glad I wasn't alone on this. I had moved multiple sites and ALL experienced the same issue. The fix did require changing both the cform folder properties to 0755 and disabling the AJAX feature. Unfortunately, this needs to be done on each and every form you have created. I also discovered that if you then turn AJAX back on, the form operates correctly. Maybe this will help the developers fix the issue for future releases.

March 31, 2010
6:42 am
Paul
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Like Oliver said above, this has been covered in the FAQs, including troubleshooting advice.

There are also proper steps explained to take when you move a site!

Your solution is a workaround only and doesn't solve the actual config issue on your end on the expense of possibly loosing the Ajax functionality.

P.

* Paul Silter
April 27, 2010
3:01 pm
chris
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I figured out what the problem was on my end. I recently moved the domain from /home2 to /home and this was causing the error.

take a look at cforms/abspath.php and make sure the url is correct!lol

August 11, 2010
11:12 am
Bram
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Oliver,

 

I hope you can help me with my strange problem.

 

My problem is similar to the ones discribed here except for the fact that my form works in Firefox but not in IE.

I tested with different versions of Firefox and different versions of IE (6 – 8).

 

I'm using wordpress 2.9.2 and cforms 11.5.

I have a small form (http://www.tariefvergelijking.be/testje link shows a blank page.

 

Can you help me?

Thx

August 12, 2010
7:15 pm
Bram
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Oliver,

 

Did you take a look at it?

I can't seem to figure it out :s

August 22, 2010
8:18 pm
dragonsearch
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Svetac said:

Hi Oliver,

after debuging and debuging and senting cca 30 test inquiries I finally SOLVED IT!

In Admin Email Message Options I had in the BCC field another email address entered. After I emptied the BCC field and moved email address to Admin Email Addres(es) field it  works again like a charmed!

Hope it helps to others also!


Removing an entry in the BCC field worked for me too!
January 12, 2011
9:42 pm
Guest

I am having this trouble too.  But only with Internet Explorer.  Works OK in Firefox:

 

http://www.zenofwordpress.com/test-form/   (not the form in sidebar)

 

Wordpress 3.0.4

CForms 11.7.1

Internet Explorer 8.0.6.18702

 

Form uses:

   custom input field names

   ajax enabled

   captcha

   alternate form action

   no SMTP functionality

   disable multipart form-data enctype is checked

 

CForms folder file permissions is 755

abspath was set by cforms and is a complete relative path: '/home/tranceman/zenofwordpress.com/

sajax_uri was set by cforms and is 'http://www.zenofwordpress.com/wp-content/plugins/c…..';

 

Form works fine with Ajax turned off, but I need Ajax turned on.  Reset of captcha works fine.

 

I am at a loss as to what I should be checking next.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks

January 13, 2011
7:28 am
Paul
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You answered your question yourself:

alternate form action

Turn this one off to see if Javascript validation works then – when turning on alternative action, Ajax (client -server data submission) CAN NOT work because you're not talking to cforms anymore – but an alternative target.

 Paul.

PS: workaround. setup a two step form (multi page form) and have the second form only be the one with the alt. action feature enabled…

* Paul Silter
January 13, 2011
5:13 pm
zenofwordpress
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Paul,

 

You wrote, "when turning on alternative action, Ajax (client -server data submission) CAN NOT work".  This is not true, because it works just fine with Firefox, AND the little note that appears along side of where you turn on alternate action says that captcha and field validation still works provided you keep ajax turned on.  Your explanation does not explain why it works in one browser and not the other.

 

You wrote "you're not talking to cforms anymore – but an alternative target.  Not true.  You are talking to CForms, the CForms javascript processig takes place on the client side, in the web page containing the form.  If all validation passes, and its a go, the javascript processing stays on the same web page normally, or it alternative target is set, then it lets the web page go to that target page.

January 13, 2011
5:21 pm
Paul
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You wrote, "when turning on alternative action, Ajax (client -server data submission) CAN NOT work". This is not true, because it works just fine with Firefox,…

My statement is correct in that even Firefox fully (re)loads your remote (action target) URL into your browser. Ajax is short for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML.

There is no asynchronous client-server communication happening in this case as the form mandates the page to be reloaded, that's a browser/W3C constraint.

If you mean that Javascript works to validate your form fields, yes you're right, Firefox accidentally supports Javascript validation before the form is sent off to the remote server in an non ajax way.

PS:

Oliver just posted that v11.7.2 is going to support such Javascript validation for all browsers. ;-)

 

Paul.

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