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[Resolved] [Plugin: MM Forms] submit = 404

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  • Anyone have any problems with copying and pasting with this plugin?

    Anyone want to help?
    I would be ssssooo appreciative?

    I now have this when the form isn’t filled out correctly:
    Warning: in_array() [function.in-array]: Wrong datatype for second argument in /home/deerhill/public_html/wp-content/plugins/mm-forms/mm-forms.php on line 1146

    HELP!?

    This is the line:

    $multiple && in_array($value, $_POST[$name]) ||

    If someone can fix this, I’ll freakin’ pay them!

    I’m having the same issue…

    Warning: in_array() [function.in-array]: Wrong datatype for second argument in \\frigga\home\users\web\b2556\as.creaturecomforts\wp-content\plugins\mm-forms\mm-forms.php on line 1177

    This is the line 1177 in question… $multiple && in_array($value, $_POST[$name]) ||

    Any suggestions?

    I realized the problem is happening when using radio buttons… not sure how to set one of the selections as a default….

    Does anyone have an answer for how to set a default radio button using mm forms?

    Thanks hoss9009, that caught me out too. I had a field called (not unreasonably) ‘name’ and was getting the 404 issue. Changed the field name to ‘yourname’ – works perfectly!

    kristianechols looks like maybe one of your controls is called name too – so maybe try changing the name.

    Presumably this fieldname is somehow protected in WordPress. Does anyone know if there are others?

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