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    Thank you page: Custom URL goes to page not found

    Asked by tntnutritioncoach on January 13, 2015 at 08:45 AM


    I have a page on my wordpress site that serves as a login bridge with another 3rd party nutrition software I use. I'm trying to redirect users to this page once the form & paypal payment (via jotform) has been completed however the URL keeps going to a "page not found" and the URL ends up have a bunch of "%" after it. The landing page that automatically integrates with my 3rd party software is below (it is the designated page which contains my plugin integration)


    I'm familiar with your forms and have used them before with Paypal, I have a feeling the plugin for this login bridge is creating problems however I figured I'd check with you just in case :)



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    Answered by Jan on January 13, 2015 at 10:40 AM


    I can see that you've already set up the thank you page using the custom URL. I cloned your form, removed the PayPal field and submitted the form. It goes to the custom URL but it says, 404 error page cannot be found. But when I checked the website you posted here in the forum, it goes to the correct page. Here's what I discovered.

    Custom URL on the form: http://www.tntnutrition.org/tnt-fitness-group-nutrition

    Correct URL: http://www.tntnutrition.org/tnt-fitness-group-nutrition/

    The difference is the "/" forward slash at the end of the URL.

    Hope his helps. Thank you.