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This is a guest post by our friend and Action Form veteran, Jerry Mattox, from Genesis Consulting. His company develops and implements MLM software systems for the MLM, Network Marketing, Direct Sales and Party Plan Industries.
In this post Jerry shows us some tips, tricks and form wisdom on how to tie two dropdowns together dynamically via SQL in Action Form.
As you probably already know, the number of things you can use Action Form for far outnumbers the amount of stars in the Milky Way :-). Today I’ll be showing you just one more cool thing you can do with Action Form. This time we’re going to demonstrate how easily is to drive autocomplete data into Action Form by connecting to an URL to get suggestions.
Welcome back to another Tip Of The Week, Action Form fans!
It's been said that the hardest part of any journey is taking the first step. In our case, we’re going to make it easy. It’s just eight little words. Ready? How to setup Action Form to send emails?
It may sound like a trivial task but there are a few things you have to look after if your emails aren't getting through.