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I know this solution, but I don’t want to do custom coding in php, we have a lot of users who can create forms, and they aren’t authorized to add php scripts (security risk).
So the possibility to add each element separately will be great.
With your code modification, it works. Thanks !May 27, 2020 at 2:46 pm in reply to: “The response from the server was invalid or malformed” in Google Chrome #31307
It’ll be great to have an option to clean the cache (and the ability to set some settings) globally on WordPress “network” install.
Actually, all the settings are local to a specific site.
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- This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by celluleweb.
In fact, it works if
$columnCountare set to
1, instead of
It works if $headingColumnCount is set to 1 instead of 0 in library/Qufrom/Entry/Exporter.php
Thanks for the reply, I’ve added the script in our website!
But in fact I’ve also found a problem with a specific form (maybe a migration problem?), the Quform error message is not displayed when “CSRF protection” is on. I’ll send you an email with an export of the form.
One more feature: conditional logic file attachment in notification (for example, if the user choose answer “A”, send “1.pdf”, if “B” send “2.pdf”…)
I thougth of 2 features that’ll be cool for Quform (both available in LimeSurvey):
1. An expiration date to forms, so we don’t have to deactivate the form on due date.
2. Ability to create multilangage form and display a language switcher to the user.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by celluleweb.
I’ve missed this possibility. It’s better, but not a “permanent” solution. (we export data every month)
A lot of servers doesn’t allow the “from” spoofing. (with SPF / DKIM / DMARC). So emails are silently rejected, the only option is to put the address in “reply-to” and put an allowed address (by the SMTP) in the form field.
Is it possible to add a table order setting for export?
And currently, how the table order is defined?
It would be better to have this in Quform directly, but thanks for the JS method!