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TOPIC: Form Module Plugin returns "Invalid Token"

Form Module Plugin returns "Invalid Token" 10 years 8 months ago #2358

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I use jForm component and have a form in a "mod_includecontentitem" module that I plugged in to a newsletter. I looks good but returns an "Invalid Token" message when I try to submit the form.

Any advise?
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Re:Form Module Plugin returns "Invalid Token" 10 years 8 months ago #2367

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jForm apparently has some security check so they generate a sort of key in the generated form and they check that this key matches with the submitted form.
As we include the form in a Newsletter, they can not generate this key any more and so the check fails, that's why you have the error "Invalid Token".

Does jForm has a was to include their form into an other website?
If so, there must be a workaround to avoid this error in the Newsletter too.
Maybe you could ask this question to the jForm team and if there is something we can do to make sure their module will work in a Newsletter, we will do it.
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Re:Form Module Plugin returns "Invalid Token" 10 years 8 months ago #2405

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Thank you John. I just switched to ChronoForms. Easier. It works.
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