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We are pleased to announce the release of version 2.0.1 of the Simple Email Form (2017-02-24)! Download now
Our new JForm type now helps your users fill out your forms with nice-looking client-side validation!
Fixes issue #17 - JForm translations not explained well enough in documentation.
Makes the module compliant with PHP-PDS 1.0 standards.
Fixes a minor issue concerning the extension.xml file.
Fixes issue #4 - Make the module more compliant to PSR-2 standards.
Fixes issue #5 - Isolate initialization and library code from the module's main implementation.
Fixes issue #6 - Replace all direct usage of global variables by the appropriate Joomla objects.
Fixes issue #7 - Replace all hard-coded form elements by the JForm element objects.
Fixes issue #8 - Refactor language support in order to give the user the option of using the built-in Joomla language capabilities.
Fixes issue #9 - Get unit test code coverage up to at least 70%.
Fixes issue #10 - Use Git version control and phpDocumentor to generate the project's User Guide and Developer Documentation.
Fixes issue #11 - Add a Required/Optional selector to the upload field settings.
Fixes issue #13 - Warn the administrator before saving if "Send Results To" field is empty or invalid.
DEPRECATED : Simple Email Form's Classic form. It will be removed in version 3.0.0.
Fixes issue #2 - Confirmation message when uploading more than one file.
Fixes issue #12 - File uploaded in spite of wrong captcha.
Fixes issue #1 - Error messages are displayed to the user when leaving some upload fields empty on form submission.
This demonstrates using the Simple Email Form module inside an article:
Simple Email Form
Joomla 3.2+ validates the "From" email address. If this address is invalid, the email will not be sent!
Most people use the Simple Email Form inside an article, and if you have Joomla cache enabled, all articles are cached by default.. The module doesn't work if you plan to do all of the following:
- place the module inside an article
- use an image CAPTCHA
- enable joomla cache
If you do not use a CAPTCHA, you can use the module inside an article and still have joomla cache enabled.
The problem is that although the module can be excluded from cache, an article cannot. Once the CAPTCHA is cached, the visitor to your site sees the same CAPTCHA (because of caching) but internally it has been refreshed.
MicHelp! (michelp.fr) has confirmed that installing the JotCache Extension works!
If you install the JotCache Extension, you can exclude the article from cache, which will allow you to use CAPTCHAs.
http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/core-enhancements/performance/cache/13155 for more info.
Click on the menu link for "Documentation" for other info.
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