I have a list of postal codes, each with as zone in the next column. The zone indicates which price point the client receives. The idea would be a page to "register" and based on their postal code, they are directed to a page based on one of the 4-6 zones as described above. So essentially, the form would need to lookup the database to match the postal code, read the zone, and redirect to the right page... Hopefully that makes sense. Just looking for direction & understanding on feasibility at this point.
I need some help with some custom code... Now I'm not a coder, but I dabble... What we are trying to accomplish is as follows.. Clients lands on page... Formidable Pro form appears with the fields for Amount, and invoice number... (Hidden fields for other data required like date/time etc)... There is one field which concatenates a bunch of other fields and submits the data as an md5 Hash... The support folks @ formidable have given me some pointers as far as where to look, but I'm not quite sure if I understand where to go next... The only thing I need help with is to "MD5" a hidden field... I'm told that can be done by PHP... But I don't know enough to do that... Would it be a snippet of code embedded within the page ? The support team's direction seems to indicate it would be a fairly simple php snippet to convert the field to md5... but from what I can tell, running php from within the page is not so straightforward ? Do we create the smippet of code which uses the data from one field, md5's it, and then passed it onto another? Not sure […]