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Sawa Dee SohL 08 Jan 2009 19:08

hi, I currently use the 'Form Hack' and am curious as to if this might be a better solution...

I'm trying to set a Mod up for Reviews and Guides that are submitted to my site...

Is there a way that once they fill out the form, the form is posted - in a different format? For example some fields they fill out, will not show - and some fields they fill out, will show in different spots on the form (after accepted)

Example here Left 4 Dead Review

You see 'Title of Review' - is different then the title of post - can the 'Title of review' = thread title?

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I'm also curious as to how to set this up, so the form itself once accepted - posts onto a Custom page created.

Like this example: Example of Custom Page

And once inside the page that has the reviews, the review(form) itself, could be made to look like this: Example of Submitted Review

bananalive 08 Jan 2009 19:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sawa Dee SohL (Post 1705408)
hi, I currently use the 'Form Hack' and am curious as to if this might be a better solution...

I'm trying to set a Mod up for Reviews and Guides that are submitted to my site...

Is there a way that once they fill out the form, the form is posted - in a different format? For example some fields they fill out, will not show - and some fields they fill out, will show in different spots on the form (after accepted)

I'm going to be adding a form output layout field soon where you can customise the layout of the form's output.
Quote:

Originally Posted by Sawa Dee SohL (Post 1705408)
Example here Left 4 Dead Review

You see 'Title of Review' - is different then the title of post - can the 'Title of review' = thread title?

You can specify a different title of thread according to one of the fields or custom input.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sawa Dee SohL (Post 1705408)
I'm also curious as to how to set this up, so the form itself once accepted - posts onto a Custom page created.

Like this example: Example of Custom Page

And once inside the page that has the reviews, the review(form) itself, could be made to look like this: Example of Submitted Review

You'd have to edit the plugin and add a new form action - to do that would require php knowledge

bigcurt 09 Jan 2009 17:39

Thanks a ton for the work on this mod? Can anyone confirm this works for 3.6 versions?

Thanks,
Curt

ShMilO 09 Jan 2009 19:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by bananalive (Post 1705333)
I would post the line here but a lot of the code has changed in v1.8

You can download v1.8 here - I don't think anything major will be added (if anything at all) before I release it properly in the first post of the thread

i downloaded and upgraded the mod

but when i try to get to the form link as a guest
i still get to the login page :(

bananalive 10 Jan 2009 09:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by ShMilO (Post 1706597)
i downloaded and upgraded the mod

but when i try to get to the form link as a guest
i still get to the login page :(

Have you given them permissions in Easy Forms Options?

ShMilO 11 Jan 2009 14:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by bananalive (Post 1707081)
Have you given them permissions in Easy Forms Options?

i did in the VB options

not in the form permmisions

when i try to change to groups allowed in the form options i get an SQL error

MySQL Error : Unknown column 'submitmessage' in 'field list'
Error Number : 1054

and it happens when i try to make a new form as well ( when trying to set the permissions )

bananalive 11 Jan 2009 15:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by ShMilO (Post 1708571)
i did in the VB options

not in the form permissions

when i try to change to groups allowed in the form options i get an SQL error

MySQL Error : Unknown column 'submitmessage' in 'field list'
Error Number : 1054

Download this version here which should fix the mysql error.

ShMilO 11 Jan 2009 18:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by bananalive (Post 1708596)
Download this version here which should fix the mysql error.

well i found the solution

i completly removed the mod
and then installed the newest version ( not the one you gave me here )
instead of upgrading as before
and it works , and guests see the form

thanks a lot bananalive

Sawa Dee SohL 12 Jan 2009 18:14

Hey banana, what stage are you at with putting the form to look differently after accepted/sent in?

That's a big thing I need and i dont wanna customize the other hackk I have, or this - would a donation help get it up there? PM if interested

bananalive 12 Jan 2009 18:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sawa Dee SohL (Post 1709921)
Hey banana, what stage are you at with putting the form to look differently after accepted/sent in?

That's a big thing I need and i dont wanna customize the other hackk I have, or this - would a donation help get it up there? PM if interested

Since v1.9 you can customize the look of your form. You can download v2.0 in this thread: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=201097

arkkhoax 16 Jan 2009 05:59

I've not had a change to install this yet but I had a little question.

The thing I like about Form Hack is that I can apply logic to the resulting thread. I can use IF statements and perform logic on the inputs to generate the output of the thread and title. Is this easy to do with Easy Forms or is variable substitution as good as it gets for now? I'm not super clear from just reading the thread and looking at the pictures if it is possible or easy to apply some more advanced logic.

bananalive 17 Jan 2009 15:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by arkkhoax (Post 1714264)
I've not had a change to install this yet but I had a little question.

The thing I like about Form Hack is that I can apply logic to the resulting thread. I can use IF statements and perform logic on the inputs to generate the output of the thread and title. Is this easy to do with Easy Forms or is variable substitution as good as it gets for now? I'm not super clear from just reading the thread and looking at the pictures if it is possible or easy to apply some more advanced logic.

Where do you want the conditionals?

I'm thinking of adding hook locations for custom php code.

mhackl 02 Feb 2009 20:31

Is there a way to choose a location to redirect the browser after the form is submitted?

bananalive 03 Feb 2009 17:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by mhackl (Post 1732266)
Is there a way to choose a location to redirect the browser after the form is submitted?

Redirection after form is submitted is coming in v2.8

TrIn@dOr 05 Oct 2014 13:56

Please help.


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