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How to Post Answer on Thank you Page?Asked by DanMax on August 01, 2013 at 03:21 PM
Hello! I am hoping to use a jotform as a replacement for one of our php forms. I am having an issue with the thank you page. After a submission with our old (regular php) form, the page displays a thank you message that also echoes the details that were sent. I'll link a jpg of how that page appears.
That is the post-submit page I am trying to approximate. The jotform standard thank you page isn't an option due to the jotform address it uses. I was hoping to get this this done with the send post function, but the info it returns is quite jumbled and not suitable for display to the website visitor.
What can I do about that? The form in question is: http://form.jotform.us/form/32050428608146
I'd appreciate any advice you have! Thank you.
Thanks for contacting us.
Could you please take a look at this form if that is what you are looking for?
Please see HERE how the Thank you page will look.
That is possible by following the steps in this guide: How to Post Answer on Thank you Page
To Provide the option to "Submit another form" Just copy the link of your form and paste it in the word Submit.
If you need further assistance please let us know
Eliezer, thank you for the reply. Unfortunately I can't use a method that results in taking the user to jotform.com URL for the thank you page.
You can do 2 things here:
1.Embed the form into a webpage, then apply the workaround EliezerN suggested to you, but you will paste the URL of that page rather than the direct link of the form
I hope this helps, do not hesitate to keep asking for help if needed
Thank you for the reply. Option #1 that you list could work for me. I have two questions:
Is option 1 still a viable solution if I switch the form to the SSL option and offer it as an SSL link link on our site?
And what can I do about shortening the embedded thank you page that is returned? If you test out the form linked below (feel free) you can see that the embedded Jot "thank you" page is using the much longer page length of the form that precedes it.
Thanks so much!
The iframe method looks better for the thank you page and I will use it. Thank you Welvin.