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Embedded form with external confirmation page option? 4 months 3 weeks ago #258493

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I have a form allowing users to sign up for services I offer. I would love to use the payment option, but it looks like you only support paypal and stripe, and I use Square. So I have to put a payment button on the confirmation page, but the confirmation page appears inline in the website like the form, and even I didn't see it at first when testing the form. Is there a way to make the confirmation form appear in a second page with no content above it, or even on a blank white page?

Alternatively, can I make two different confirmation pages appear based on what service they select from the drop down list, so the user is not presented with two separate payment buttons.

You can check out what I'm trying to do here.

abilenetechguy.com/index.php/hosting

What I really would like would be to make the payment option work with square. I might even be willing to pay for that.

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Embedded form with external confirmation page option? 4 months 3 weeks ago #258501

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Hi,

if I understood you correctly, then you can add to your form two pages (Page 1 and Page 2). On Page 1 you can add form's element, and on page 2 what you want. When form is loaded first page is shown, then when you click on next button, second page is show.

If I missed something please let me know

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Embedded form with external confirmation page option? 4 months 3 weeks ago #258511

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The point is the second page appears down at the bottom of the page, underneath all the information about the service they are paying for, so it is not easy to tell that there is an additional button to click to check out.I would like those two buttons on a separate page. Is there a way to do that?

A better option would be to send the submit button to an external URL.

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Embedded form with external confirmation page option? 4 months 3 weeks ago #258519

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Hi,

I create a small example for you:

File Attachment:

File Name: test65.zip
File Size:10 KB

On page 2 you will see button which open google.com on click (the code for this is located in button->advanced->Actionscript).

If you need more help, please let me know

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Embedded form with external confirmation page option? 4 months 3 weeks ago #258544

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Thanks,

Not exactly sure what I am supposed to do with the script.

I see the manage scripts section in BF, and I found an option to create a new script, but not sure how to implement the new script in my site. Does this script replace the form I have now, or what?

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Hi,

you can create scripts Manage script, and then call this script in element actions or element validation or element init or form init or form submitted depending on what you create (you can select what Type when you create scripts).

If you select element validation then you can select this in element->Properties->Validation->select Library->and find your script.
If you select element actions then you can select this in element->Advanced->Actionscript->select Library->and find your script
If you select element init then you can select this in element->Advanced->init script->select Library->and find your script.

For form init go to your form->Advanced->More options->Initialization script->select Library -> select script

For form submitted go to your form- >Advanced->More options->Submitted script->select Library->select script

I hope I explain it well

Let me know if you need more help

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