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What's in the source code?Asked by itinerante on November 28, 2016 at 02:15 AM
I want to download the source code because I need to completely change the form styles. Some time ago I had done the same thing, but I see that I now have many .js files that I don't know what are they for. Could you tell me what is each .js file for please? I could not find that information.
The files I have:
Are they necessary?
The js files that you have that are included when you have downloaded the source code are part of the scripts on your form.
Location.js is the script for the Geolocation Widget on your form. Please check on this guide: Add Google Map Geolocation Marker to your Form
For protoype.js and protoplus-ui-form.js and protoplus.js, you can check this site for more info: http://prototypejs.org/
Thr vendor/json2.js is for the conversion to JSON.
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