• I would like to disable the ajax and just make the plugin send the form to a php page instead. Is there a way to do that within the plugin?

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  • Hi,

    Please, be informed that we are not using ajax. If you want to redirect the user after submission to some other page then you can do it by selecting the “page” from “action after submission”. If this is not the requirement, could you please, specify what you refer to by saying php page?

    Thanks. Have a nice day.

    Thank you for your response! I just put in some javascript that ran when the submit button was pressed. Though submitting the form directly to a page would have been better, it’s a good work-around! No worries!

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