RSForm!Pro revision 26

in RSForm!Pro on 30 Oct 2009 having 6

We have released a new version of RSForm!Pro adding some new features to our Joomla! form manager including:RSForm!Pro - Joomla! form manager

  • You can export unlimited amounts of submissions with the new Ajax based export tool
  • You can add multiple products in the RSForm!Pro - Paypal plugin
  • You can add extra characters to the existing validation rules
  • There is a new validation rule that accepts only the characters set by you
  • You can use placeholders for the file attachments

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Alex P. - 15.03.2010 (09:46:16)

Oh, i see now... This can still be done in RSform!Pro with a little javascript, placed on the Additional Attributes area of the field in question. An example is available here: http://www.rsjoomla.com/customer-support/documentations/34-custom-scripting/378-label-as-default-value.html

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Alex P. - 15.03.2010 (09:44:46)

Oh, i see now... This can still be done in RSform!Pro with a little javascript, placed on the Additional Attributes area of the field in question. An example is available here: http://www.rsjoomla.com/customer-support/documentations/34-custom-scripting/378-label-as-default-value.html

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Jason Hull - 15.03.2010 (09:42:22)

Perhaps I was unclear...
I have form fields with default values set rather than labels such as: [name...][phone...]etc. The problem is I want those fields to be required fields, but I keep getting forms with default values rather than real entries. It would be nice to have a validation rule that the field could be ANYTHING except for the default value that is set for that field. That way they would still have to enter a name and a phone number.

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Alex P. - 15.03.2010 (09:40:36)

Hello, Something similar has already been included in the latest version of RSform!Pro (revision 28) but has only been applied to the password field type.... but i have to ask... what would be the point of having a field that you can't add any other value then the one already filled in ?

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Jason Hull - 15.03.2010 (09:39:27)

So when will there be a simple validation rule that says: this.value==this.defaultValue So we can make fields mandatory, that have a default value, without them just submitting the default value. Pretty simple... pretty useful.

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Jason Hull - 15.03.2010 (09:32:31)

Here is an example site I made with such a form with 2 fields:
http://www.getcarports.com/building-types/carports.html

They get submissions all the time that have name... or phone... in the submission rather than user generated values and I have no easy way to prevent that. I need a validation rule that says it CANNOT be the default values (name...,phone...).

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