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Email is blank
October 15, 2007
6:02 pm
jessica
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Just upgraded to current version, the contact form emails me but it's blank with no information from the contact form. Anybody else have a similar problem? TIA!

 

Nevermind, figured it out. Forgot to check the Include pre formatted form input at the bottom of the TXT part. 

 

Sorry~ 

October 15, 2007
7:39 pm
Oliver
Munich, Germany
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Whew. You got me scared there for a second ;-)

November 15, 2007
3:43 am
Mark
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Hi Oliver and Jessica.

 

I'm having teh smae problem you had Jessica – and while it seems that you found a sollution for yourelf – I am not that great at wordpress.  I'm not sure where abouts in the plugin menu's/otions you found the include pre formatted form input

Can you point me in the right direction? 

A big thank you for a beginer wordpresser :D

 

Mark 

November 15, 2007
7:27 am
Oliver
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Hi Mark,

The option setting Jessica referred to is located on the main cforms II config page under  'Admin Email Message Options. Check 'Include pre formatted form input at the bottom of the TXT part' for both TXT and HTML and see if that does the trick.

November 15, 2007
7:44 am
Mark Fitzpatrick
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Thanks folks. That worked!

I'm a silly goat :D

Cheers

Mark

November 17, 2007
2:34 pm
Mark Fitzpatrick
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Hi again.

I suspect that this is the wrong way to ask for help on a new topic – but I'm still not sure how forums work :S   So please forgive any forum errors on my part.

I'm having difficulty modifying a specific css function for the template I am building base don the cforms.css file.

My qeustion relates to the labels for radio and check boxes.  I just flat out can't figure out which part of the css file controls the placement of the lables for these field types.

The form I am building can be seen at http://www.istheatre.com/site/backspace-theatre-hi….. 

On the form, in the section called TICKETING (for example) both radio and check boxes are used.  I would like to be able to indent the labels for both so they are not flush with the frameset border – can anyone point me in the directions of the section of the css file to play with to shift these labels?

Furthermore – which section of the css governs the alginedment/placement of the check boxes? Ideally, I'd like them not so squished but again, I'm stuck

Eeeeep.  Eventually I will become less of a dumb head with this stuff.  I hope anyway :D

Any assistance would rock my world. 

Thanks folks

Mark 

November 17, 2007
2:45 pm
Oliver
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Mark, have you looked at the CSS Guide & webcast. I've thrown these together to give users a fast ramp up time.

The possibitlies around modifying the look & feel of your cforms via CSS are almost endless, but give it a shot with the above resources and let me know when you're stuck again.

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