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PostForumedic on Sun 10 Jul 2016, 01:13

So basically I would like to have forms like the forms on Forumotion support when you create a new topic in Graphic Requests.

However, I just want the form part and when you hit submit it goes to what you posted (so know topic review and the additional stuff FM has).

My forum in particular really needs this because a ton of the sub forums require forms. So I need help creating forms for every service sub-forum and forum battles. I would like me to be stylish like FM support as well if possible.

@Ange Tuteur can you please help me?
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PostAnge Tuteur on Sun 10 Jul 2016, 11:21

I helped Luffy with a similar request recently, so I'd recommend looking over his topic in its entirety. I'll be frank though, if you don't understand the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript it's going to be difficult to explain how to manage and create the forms.
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PostForumedic on Sun 10 Jul 2016, 13:17

I'm good with CSS and I know a little of HTML. JavaScript I know none of and Luffy's topic looks like it has a bunch of added things and is slightly different.
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PostAnge Tuteur on Sun 10 Jul 2016, 15:16

You can take it as an example of how the fields are put together in the post. Same with this file which is the French variant of the graphic form I developed for Forumotion.

Anyway, currently the problem is that I don't have enough information of how your form is to be constructed, you only said "like forumotion" which doesn't tell me much. I need to know what fields you need, how it should look, etc.. ( take Luffy's explanation as an example -- it was easy for me to follow and work with ) When you provide me more information on each form I'll see what I can do.
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PostForumedic on Sun 10 Jul 2016, 15:28

Forms:
Forum Name:
Forum Address:
Type of Package: (Menu for Bronze Package, Silver Package, Gold Package, and Platinum Package)
Username on Forum:
Link to your last package (if applicable):
Promotional Signature Allowed: (Yes/No options [similar to how they have it on support])

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Forum Name:
Forum Address:
Type of Review: (menu for Simple Review, Complex Review, One Area Review, Two Area Review, and Technical Review)
Username on Forum:
Link to your last package (if applicable):
Promotional Signature Allowed: (Yes/No)

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Creation Type:
Dimensions:
Primary Colors:
Secondary Colors:
Images to Include:
Text to Insert:
Font:
Font Color:
Forum Address:
Username on Forum:
Link to last graphic request:
Detailed description:

The graphic form would be very very similar to support one in its color palette and stuff if possible.

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Forum Name:
Forum Address:
Username on forum:
Description:

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Forum Name:
Forum Address:
Name on Forum:
Extra Comments:

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So, in design:

Logo on top (basically just an image that I can choose please, the link can lead to forumotion.com)
The steps of the form
The image icon (like support but I wont be including the text under the image
The form
The footer

^ that's all in order

All the forms don't really need the multi step part except graphic request, however, can the step bar still be there even if there is only one step?

Just reply if I need to add more info, I'm on iPadso it's a little difficult. I love the modern style to the forms forumotion uses and that you made.
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PostForumedic on Tue 12 Jul 2016, 20:58

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PostAnge Tuteur on Wed 13 Jul 2016, 16:07

Hey,

If it's alright with you, I'll try to handle your issue after I've published the production version of FAE, which is very soon. I estimate it'll be done within a weeks time ( after testing ), after that I should be free and there'll be less stress on me by that point. Right now I have a lot to do this week, so it's going to be pretty hectic, especially on this forum. Computer Smash

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