After the latest update of platform 5 and other Pl plugins the forms stopped working. Do you have an idea what could be the problem for that?
Usually I am pretty good at problem solving, but I can't figure this one out! I have tried two different quiz plugins and both have given me odd spacing like this. I have already tried testing by deactivating all plugins and removing all custom css. No change to the spacing. Any ideas what is causing this? Here is the page.
So I'm using gravity forms to take entries on volunteers for an event.
The goal is to have 200 volunteers in total for the event.
I've had some requests from clients to show a counter (maybe iBox - Counter) on the webpage, showing how many entries have been submitted and maybe a StarBars style part showing how close we are to the goal... Is there a native way to do this in DMS 2?
Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated!
I am using DMS2 with the default theme. I have inserted short code for a NInja Form onto the slider and it's not working properly. You'll notice that you have to actually click on the label of the field in order for the field to be editable. I almost wonder if I should place the field label in the field itself to work around the issue, but I would prefer to simply be able to use the form in the way I had originally intended. Can you please have a look and see what the conflict might be? I should add that I have inserted the form elsewhere in widget areas and in the body of pages and the it is only when place onto a Rev Slider that I experience the issue described.
Thanks in advance for your help.
It seems that DMS ignores the "cols" attribute that is connected to the textarea tag.
When I enter the some code in a TextBox section in DMS and the same code works fine on a blank .html-site (made in the FTP-client Flow), it doesn't affect the width (cols) of the textarea in DMS. No matter what value I set, it's full width and the button gets stuck on a new line.
Am I doing something wrong or is it just something DMS ignores?
The code on the site
The code in Flow