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    According to this post I can use the CF7’s option to rediret to thak-you page, that I know.
    The problem is that this way I loose all the customization given by the native CF of the theme (css & collumns, responsiveness etc.).
    Please give me a solution to remain with the native CF, but implement the redirection,
    Great theme anyway, but I need this very much for the PPC…

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by  vadi4ek.
    • This topic was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by  vadi4ek.

    Hi vadi4ek!

    Can you give us a link to the contact page? By native CF, you mean the theme’s own styling for contact forms?



    This is the testing page with variety of forms
    But I actually have the form on every page of the website.
    Yes I mean theme own (native) style and responsiveness and columns option.



    Open js/shortcodes.js, go to line 1006/1007, add this code (replace the by the desired URL):


    It should look like this:



    Absolutely awesome! Works like a charm )
    Please note:
    It would be great if you add this function as an option for a contact form. to your next updates to come.

    Have another issue with this CF, Please read the next message,


    As you can see the website is he_IL.
    All the css was done easely, the only issue is with the contact form output to my email.
    BTW when English characters it’s perfect, but when using hebrew it’s not sending all the elements (some of them are just being ignored in the recieved mail).
    I believe it’s because of an unicode character which is placed on a coma(,) button.
    When using CF7, there is no such problem.
    Can you point me to the place where I need to change the encoding, to avoid it?



    Feel free to request features here
    Glad Ismael and Josue could help :)

    Best regards,

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