Set default value for specific fields

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  • #36610
    vsexmogushiy
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    Hello, once again, thank you very much and bow low. But here’s what I would like to know, how, if, for example, the same UTM tags are not on the page, to send the default value: no. This is the default value, but unfortunately in the form (if there are no values) They don’t come. And I would like to receive just the no value specified by default, please tell me how to do this.

    FROM — https://support.themecatcher.net/forums/topic/google-client-id

    #36615
    Ally
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    #36623
    vsexmogushiy
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    In option 1, I set “no”,
    In option 2, I set {all_form_data|showEmptyFields:true}.

    However I see empty fields, without default value “no”. How I can fix it?

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    #36626
    Ally
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    #36629
    vsexmogushiy
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    Many Thanks, it works!

    However, please tell me how you can also send the default value (no) for the preceding link ({referring_url}) and for the data after the question mark (val(window.location.search))?

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    Ally
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