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Easy Forms - Create a form or multiple forms without php or html knowledge
Mod Version: 3.6, by bananalive (Coder) bananalive is offline
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vB Version: 3.8.x Rating: (119 votes - 4.92 average) Installs: 975
Released: 08 Jan 2009 Last Update: 12 Jul 2009 Downloads: 6665
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EASY FORMS FOR vB 4.x here


Easily create forms with no HTML or PHP knowledge. Questions can be made compulsory and are checked before the form is submitted. Forms can be previewed. (You can create multiple forms)

Backwards compatible with vb v3.7.x and 3.6.8

Example Form | Help File | Version History

Question Types:
  • Single line text
  • Multi-line text
  • Multi-select checkboxes
  • Single-select radio buttons
  • Single Select Dropdown
  • Yes/No
  • Multi-line text field using vbeditor (max one per form - limited by vB)
  • Human verification question
  • Custom Question (can query database or do whatever you want)
  • Date (month/ day/ year fields)
Form can Submit to:
  • new thread in forum
  • new post in thread
  • new pm to user
  • email address
  • save to database
Installation:More Features:
  • Form list categories (optional)
  • Preview form (can disable for individual forms)
  • Optional questions
  • Form Sections
  • Prefix support - you can choose which prefix you want thread to have
  • Different thread/pm title to form title with variables {username} {userid} and {q_1} (replacing 1 with appropriate question number)
  • Poll Options: Multiple choice, public vote, poll question, poll options, poll timeout
  • Regular expression match for single line text input field
  • Usergroup permissions per form
  • Forumid/threadid/username can be specified by input via {value=X} in dropdown, single line input or radio buttons
  • Multiple dropdown select for form usergroup permissions (still optional - leave blank to not use)
  • Option to show link to form list in navbar and quick links (separate options)
  • Import/ Export your forms as XML files - great for transferring forms across forums or creating backups
  • Specify bbcode for questions/ answers/ sections for the form's output
  • Form Hooks: (uses php code)
    1. Before form submitted
      Useful for: your own form validation, multiple form outputs, etc.
    2. At form start
      Useful for: banning userids/usergroups from form, setting minimum post count,etc.
  • Attachments allowed for posting new thread
  • Mass Copy Forms & their questions
Coming soon:
  • Allow attachments for posting in thread
Translations:

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  #1246  
Old 21 Jul 2009, 23:26
almty1 almty1 is offline
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
I have the 3.7 installed, when I try to edit a question the popup box appears and says loading. It just stays like that and never finishs loading. Everything else seems to work perfect.
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Old 22 Jul 2009, 17:44
bananalive bananalive is offline
 
Join Date: Oct 2007
Real name: Dom
Originally Posted by almty1 View Post
I have the 3.7 installed, when I try to edit a question the popup box appears and says loading. It just stays like that and never finishs loading. Everything else seems to work perfect.
Which browser?

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Old 23 Jul 2009, 04:54
bojomojo bojomojo is offline
 
Join Date: May 2008
How can I include captcha in the forms?
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Old 23 Jul 2009, 10:45
bananalive bananalive is offline
 
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Originally Posted by bojomojo View Post
How can I include captcha in the forms?
Add a Human Verification question.
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Old 23 Jul 2009, 14:16
Cyricx Cyricx is offline
 
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Originally Posted by bananalive View Post
If you pm me details of test account i'll have a look.
I was about to do so when it's suddenly working... not sure at all what caused it, but if the problem replicates, I'll PM you.
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Old 23 Jul 2009, 19:59
Brathamike Brathamike is offline
 
Join Date: Mar 2009
Hello,
Not to disrespect your hard work. But i dont understand this mod. Why would someone want to allow a user to make a "Forum". Isnt this the samething as making a forum from the forum manager?

I just dont get this mod. Not sure what it does
and why would i let someone make a forum?
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Old 23 Jul 2009, 20:13
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Saviour Saviour is offline
 
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There are Forums...and then there are Forms...

Notice the difference?
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Old 23 Jul 2009, 20:42
Brathamike Brathamike is offline
 
Join Date: Mar 2009
Originally Posted by Saviour View Post
There are Forums...and then there are Forms...

Notice the difference?

Nope sure didnt notice the difference. I havent installed the hack. I am using vb credits. and vbmerchant. I believe this my override my vbcredits

But i do see what you mean though i thought it was Forums lol
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Old 25 Jul 2009, 00:56
OsideRida06 OsideRida06 is offline
 
Join Date: Apr 2008
Thank you. Installed, and is a very great hack.
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Old 29 Jul 2009, 07:36
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nightbloom nightbloom is offline
 
Join Date: Mar 2008
I did uninstall this mod, but not because it wasnt a great mod, it is. I just switched over to Joomla for my main site and it has functions that are built in for that. I wish they were as easy to use as this product was.
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Old 30 Jul 2009, 17:35
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Welshy2008 Welshy2008 is offline
 
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Right, I have tried to use this on a second thread - But I can't - for the life - of me, get it to work.

The first time (thread) - along wit a lot of your help and patience - Worked.

I even changed the "Post Reply" button by adding a plug-in. I have done that with the first thread and the second thread. What I have noticed is that there is a box With a red X and the words "Quick Reply to this message" where the Quick reply Button is supposed to be in each and every post on both threads that I did the "Pluggin" for. How do I get rid of the "Quick Reply" button on those two threads only Please?

Back to the original question:

I have set up another form and entered the correct ThreadID, but it doesn't work for me when I click on the "Reply" (Now changed to one of my choice) button (This was like this before (i changed the button). It has been a long time since I did the first Form to Thread, with you.

I have compared the two forms and cannot think of any reason as to why the new form (second thread one) doen't work.

I still have the "Admin" user permissions for you - if you have time and want a peek.

(Cheekyof me - I know).

Your help again, as always is appreciated - Here and on my forum.

Welshy.
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Old 30 Jul 2009, 18:05
MAME MAME is offline
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Real name: Richard
Very Nice

Works great! My most valuable mod!
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Old 31 Jul 2009, 11:48
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Welshy2008 Welshy2008 is offline
 
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I have clicked on title of my new form, under the "Forms" section and it is exactly how I want it.

All I need now, is help to actually link it to the reply button on the dedicated thread. I have the correct threadID attached to it.
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Old 04 Aug 2009, 11:32
bananalive bananalive is offline
 
Join Date: Oct 2007
Real name: Dom
Originally Posted by Welshy2008 View Post
I have clicked on title of my new form, under the "Forms" section and it is exactly how I want it.

All I need now, is help to actually link it to the reply button on the dedicated thread. I have the correct threadID attached to it.
You needed to edit plugin: Easy Forms Reply Button.

Then newreply re-directs to form.
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Old 04 Aug 2009, 15:01
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Welshy2008 Welshy2008 is offline
 
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Originally Posted by bananalive View Post
You needed to edit plugin: Easy Forms Reply Button.

Then newreply re-directs to form.
Thanks for your reply - I have done that.

I have copied what you told me to add before - Changing the threadID to new one. (and added it directly below your one)...

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