Send email from build in form (to mailbox of the page owner)

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How do I get the emails send from the standard build in form delivered in the mailbox?

I did the mail php test and that works fine, but when I send the mail form the message is only added to the database (I receive a message that there was a mail send from the form), but I want to receive the mail also right in my mailbox.


Thanks,

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c5box replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
c5box
Hi,

To get Concrete5 to forward the form results to your email you need to go to the contact form block and edit it. Look for the options tab and you should find a notify me by email. See attached.

I hope I understood your question correctly.

Kind regards,
James
MegaCon replied on at Permalink Reply
Yes, I did that, and the result is an email message (from the system) that there was a form on our website submitted.

What I actually want is that the form content is send to me, just like somebody send me a "normal" email message, with the reply address already there etc.

Using the current method the reply email address is the address from the website, not from the person that send me the message.

Can't figure out how to do that,
do you?


thanks,
c5box replied on at Permalink Reply
c5box
That is pretty much the limit to what the core concrete5 form block does. For me, this was fine since the notification included the mail content when it emails me. Perhaps you can find a free addon in the marketplace which does what you are looking for?

I hope I didnt misunderstand.

Kind regards,
James
MegaCon replied on at Permalink Reply
OK, thanks for this fantastic theme, and I found the solution to my email form question that was already there, when you tick the box saying "reply to this address" the mail you receive in your inbox has the submitter filled in as the reply to address.

Problem solved, wasn't there anyway,

I just got one more question, is it possible to make the top navigation text a little bigger?
On mobile phones it's really very small and I can't found how to increase the font.

I hope you understand what I'm saying,

Regards from Belgium,
Didier
c5box replied on at Permalink Reply
c5box
Hello Didier,

To customizat the navigation font size, go to the customization panel (settings > design > customization) look for the navigation category and you should see a font setting there. Adjust to your preference.

I hope this was helpful.

Thanks and regards,
James
MegaCon replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Thanks, I've looked everywhere ... except there.

I've changed the font and it is bigger on a desktop view but unfortunately on a mobile view it still is very (very) small, it seems there is no effect on a mobile view, even if I made the font very big (out of line on a desktop) it keeps the very small output on a mobile phone.

I attached a sample output to this message.

Do you think I can get it a little bigger on a mobile (responsive) view?

Thanks for your effort,
Didier
c5box replied on at Permalink Reply
c5box
Hi,

How large do you need the font to be on mobile? I can send you here a custom code to add to the custom css option in the customization block.

Let me know if you are ok with this.

Regards,
James
MegaCon replied on at Permalink Reply
Seems fine to me, I just want to have it a little bigger than the current so the navigation menu is better readable on a mobile phone,


thanks,
MegaCon replied on at Permalink Reply
Did you manage to find a way to make the top navigation font a little bigger when viewing on a mobile device? As of now I need a big spectacles to see what's on there.
c5box replied on at Permalink Reply
c5box
Hi,

Sorry it took me some time to get back to you. I could have sworn I replied to this ticket. I might have posted it on someone else's thread.

Anyhow, here is the code snippet. Add this in Settings -> Design -> Customization -> Custom CSS

@media (max-width: 480px){
.master-container .navcontrol .custom-nav-class nav ul li a, .master-container .navcontrol .custom-nav-class ul.nav li a {
    font-size: 15px !important;
}
}
MegaCon replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Sorry to bother, but it's not working, in fact it does nothing at all.
I tried it a few times but there is no change visible.

See attachment, I added the code to the custom CSS form field and saved it, when I open that form again after saving etc. the code is not there any more, maybe it's supposed to be that way I don't know.

I tried with the site in editor mode and so on, I think I tried all I can but unfortunately without any result.

Do you know what's wrong?

Didier
c5box replied on at Permalink Reply
c5box
Hi,

I think you are doing it right. Maybe a cache issue? Do you want me to try and add it? Just PM me the site url and login details.

Kind regards,
James
c5box replied on at Permalink Reply
c5box
Hi,

I've added the code in. Try checking on your mobile. I think you just forgot to click save on the lower right hand part of the screen. I think you need to click 2 save buttons.

Regards,
James
MegaCon replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks James,

it's perfect now, I don't see where I did go wrong but the problem is solved,


thanks again,
thumbs up!

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