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I’ve added Text Input element at the bottom of my contact form with No Validation.
This field do not show up in the e-mail I receive. How is that?
Probably a string cast as a multi dimensional array, or vice versa. Hard to tell before looking, Can you please be a bit more descriptive. How did you add the element, did you make sure that the function that processes form inputs was aware you were giving it a new element and it should be waiting for it? Did you add a field for new element in (a) email (b) database call depending on what you planned to do with the input of the new field? I suggest you use a plugin to add fields or create forms, because the learning curve is steep at the heights you’re flying.
I do not assume that I should be using a plugin when the Choices theme has one built-in.
I simply use the built-in contact form and its possibilites. Nothing else. Which is why it has to work.
Please create me a wp admin account and send me the login data to: (Email address hidden if logged out) – I’ll look into it.
I have now created you an admin login and the login credentials has been sent.
I will be looking forward to hearing from you again.
Solved. Invalid character in contact form label caused the issue.
Thank you, Dude.
The problem was a dot “.” in one of the field descriptions.
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