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kobab

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http://www.geeklog.net/filemgmt/index.php?id=1019
Author: Hiroron http://hiroron.com & Ivy
Translator: kobab & Geeklog Japanese
Introduction http://www.geeklog.net/article.php/20100715024552905
DEMO is here http://www.geeklog.jp/staticpages/index.php/formmail_en

Please report troubles, feature request & English mistakes ^ ^; etc here.

Since Hiroron is not so good at English, I will be here on behalf although I am not a programmer.
Hope folks here understand that my English could be sometimes poor in terms of program and design wording. Nevertheless, I try my best.

We will be happy if you try this easy to edit formmail by staticpages php for Geeklog.
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LWC

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Cool plugin. 2 points though:
1) Disable the ability to send multiple copies by refreshing the final screen. Do so by replacing the "Complete" screen with a standard "msg=".
2) The lines are unwrapped. For example "CAPTCHA" turns into "CAPTCH
A".
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LWC,
Thanks for your comment.

1) I cannot understand what you mean. By refreshing the final "Complete" screen, the ability to send multiple email copies was disabled?
2) Let me check unwrapped lines.....
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LWC,

1. refreshing "Complete" screen
Guess this means F5 at "Complete" screen. If so, we don't understand who have to F5 here. And email dispatch is completed when this screen appears. We still misunderstand what you mean?

2. Please see http://www.geeklog.jp/staticpages/index.php/formmail_en
Cannot find any 'no wordwrap clause'. Source has been checked again but cannot find as well.

thanks.
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1. The point is the usual way is to display the homepage with a "&msg=" paramter to avoid any attempts to reload.
2. Did you try it in different browsers? Try it in IE6 (the default even in XP SP3).
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kobab

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Sorry for posting as guest since I am outside of Japan.

LWC,
Thanks for your advise.

1. You would be right. Hiroron & Ivy are discussing this point. Please wait for our next comment.
2. Since we cannot find IE6 user, give us some more time to check the symptom. If screen shot is available, that helps us a lot......
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If screen shot is available, that helps us a lot......


http://bit.ly/ceDpCP
(shortened to avoid spam detection).
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kobab

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LWC,

wordwrap
Thank you for screen shot. We did not know this problem since wordwrap is not necessary in Japanese environment. Will study implementation of wordwrap() function at next update.

"&msg="
After our discussion with Hiroron & Ivy, we concluded not to use "&msg=" here. Our position is as follows.
1. This is not a plugin but staticpages php. No necessity found to make language file separately. It is enough to put messages in staticpages php file. We don't want make this complicated. We prefer simple attempt.
2. We aimed to display user's input values and to highlight error-ed part together if user's input included mistakes. This php therefore adopted POST instead of GET. GET cannot satisfy our requirements.

If you have some more comment, let us know.


Takashi Kobayashi
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ivy

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kobab,

Thanks for your support.

LWC,

It may be occurred at ProfessionalCSS theme.
I deleted style "th.td{ word-break: break-all;} " in /layout/adeliaebiz_cool/css/default.css.

The style is for only IE.
Geeklog Japan https://www.geeklog.jp
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This is not a plugin but staticpages php.


Oh, I didn't think about it like that. Then it should be moved to the right forum - "PHP Blocks".
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Then it should be moved to the right forum - "PHP Blocks".
I see. I will post to "PHP Blocks" forum next time.
Thanks!
Geeklog Japan https://www.geeklog.jp
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