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  • Resolved kingfisher64

    (@kingfisher64)


    Hello,

    I wondered if you would consider Happy Forms support? It’s the new kid on the block – but as you can see it has a lot of potential being completely free, using WordPress’s built-in customizer I believe this will gain momentum quickly.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/happyforms/

    I’m not associated in any way with them πŸ™‚ Just think this and that plugin would both compliment each other very well.

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  • Hey,
    Iβ€˜m going to have a look.
    Are you king_fisher on instagram?
    Best regards, Hannes

    Hi Hannes,

    Nope I’m not πŸ™‚

    Not on social media much at moment, can contact me through hello@kingfiser.design if you want to, that’s my primary form of communication.

    Hello, I don’t use instagram for communication but I follow a king_fisher there and just wanted to know whether it is you πŸ˜‰

    Hello again,
    I have just tested WP HTML Mail with HappyForms and it works out of the box. Did you experience any issues?

    Plugin Author Hannes Etzelstorfer

    (@haet)

    @kingfisher64 HappyForms support is implemented in our test systems and will be included in our next update

    kingfisher64

    (@kingfisher64)

    Oh super Hannes,

    Thank you for the support and responses.

    Little Gem of a plugin your plugin πŸ™‚

    elpradobox

    (@elpradobox)

    Dear Happy Forms the plugin is crashing my site.
    Warning: require_once(/home/.sites/763/site4853515/web/wp-content/plugins/happyforms2/inc/core/classes/parts/class-part-single-line-text.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/.sites/763/site4853515/web/wp-content/plugins/happyforms2/inc/core/classes/class-form-part-library.php on line 45 Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required ‘/home/.sites/763/site4853515/web/wp-content/plugins/happyforms2/inc/core/classes/parts/class-part-single-line-text.php’ (include_path=’.:/usr/local/php5/lib/php’) in /home/.sites/763/site4853515/web/wp-content/plugins/happyforms2/inc/core/classes/class-form-part-library.php on line 45

    Plugin Author Hannes Etzelstorfer

    (@haet)

    Hey @elpradobox,
    this is the WP HTML Mail forum. We were just talking about HappyForms here. Please post your problem to the HappyForms Support. There’s no one who can solve your problem here.
    best regards, Hannes

    elpradobox

    (@elpradobox)

    Hi Hannes thank you for the replay. I managed to fix that problem.
    Best Regards elpradobox

    velphia

    (@velphia)

    Hello @haet,
    I sent you an email at the beginning of the week but I’m afraid he got into spam. I am sorry to write to you here but I have not found other solutions. I bought your plugin Ninja Forms Excel Export but it seems that I do not have the latest version out of the version I did not run on WordPress 5. It is very urgent that’s why I allow myself to leave you a message here. Thank you to answer me as soon as possible.
    Regards,
    Rose

    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by  velphia.
    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by  velphia.
    multimediocrity

    (@multimediocrity)

    Hi Happyforms Support,

    I have been using your tool for a month now and I think it’s one of the better form managers. Thanks! I need to give Editors access to adjust the form and create new ones. How can I do that? It seems right now Happyforms doesn’t even show in the menu when listed as an Editor.

    Thanks!

    thethemefoundry

    (@thethemefoundry)

    Hey there, @multimediocrity πŸ‘‹

    Happy to help! This is actually the forums of another plugin. Would you please post this question in our forums? Here’s our link…

    https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/happyforms/

    Thanks!

    I happily replace WPForms Lite with HappyForms on an Astra site and it looks great.
    Thank you.

    The prospective customer fills in a lead form (Happy Form) on my site; and the data is needed by me, the admin of the website. I don’t really see the reason to email me the response, when WordPress sits on top of a database. So, is there some way to collect the responses onto a table, without my having to pay for that, or build it myself?

    Everybody out there is dug into their their own uber-complex solutions to simple problems, and my age old adage is “from simple minds, come complex solutions to simple problems.” I could be wrong.

    Any ideas?

    This is not the Happy Forms Support forum.
    It is just a post where someone asked to make WP HTML Mail work with Happy Forms

    Perhaps it is time to retitle this thread to avoid confusion.

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