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Dec 18, 2017

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I successfully created a my first website in Muse (yay!) and was able to have a pop up show up after the user submitted their form. Before I could pat myself on the back, my computer crashed and I lost my Muse files.

I have to recreate my Muse files and I can not remember how i got the pop up to show up once the form was submitted.

Here is what it the pop up looked like and how the rest of the was darkened in the background.

after submit.JPG

I've been searching the web for days trying to figure out if or which widget i downloaded and none of them seen to do this.

Here's the link for when the pop up is visible:

http://photoshopphoenix.com/index.php?success=success

Maybe somebody who is really good at code can figure out which widget it was. fingers crossed.

(BTW, if you're thinking why don't i just download my website and edit it, i tried that and apparently Muse will not let you edit a website that was downloaded even though it was initially created in Muse)

Thanks for your help.

This doesn‘t solve the thread opener‘s problem.

He doesn‘t want a form within a popup window, but a „confirmation popup“ after sending the form.

Unfortunately this isn‘t possible „out of the box“ – not in an „elegant“ way at least.

One way, to achieve this:

  1. Duplicate the page, which includes the form, or simply create a new, blank page and exclude this page from all menus,.
  2. Place a one-target-composition (light box display), configured as an „auto lightbox“.
  3. Of course you can use as well a rectangle, set to browser width, or whatever you want.
  4. Design it as you like as a „Thank you!“ popup.
  5. Use the „Hyperlinks“ menu in Muse’s upper control strip to assign a link to the rectangle, the composition target or a button within, which links back to the page, which contains your form.
  6. In your form, assign the page, created in step 1., to the „After Sending“ option.

Now all should work as expected.

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how to create a pop up when a form is submitted

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I successfully created a my first website in Muse (yay!) and was able to have a pop up show up after the user submitted their form. Before I could pat myself on the back, my computer crashed and I lost my Muse files.

I have to recreate my Muse files and I can not remember how i got the pop up to show up once the form was submitted.

Here is what it the pop up looked like and how the rest of the was darkened in the background.

after submit.JPG

I've been searching the web for days trying to figure out if or which widget i downloaded and none of them seen to do this.

Here's the link for when the pop up is visible:

http://photoshopphoenix.com/index.php?success=success

Maybe somebody who is really good at code can figure out which widget it was. fingers crossed.

(BTW, if you're thinking why don't i just download my website and edit it, i tried that and apparently Muse will not let you edit a website that was downloaded even though it was initially created in Muse)

Thanks for your help.

This doesn‘t solve the thread opener‘s problem.

He doesn‘t want a form within a popup window, but a „confirmation popup“ after sending the form.

Unfortunately this isn‘t possible „out of the box“ – not in an „elegant“ way at least.

One way, to achieve this:

  1. Duplicate the page, which includes the form, or simply create a new, blank page and exclude this page from all menus,.
  2. Place a one-target-composition (light box display), configured as an „auto lightbox“.
  3. Of course you can use as well a rectangle, set to browser width, or whatever you want.
  4. Design it as you like as a „Thank you!“ popup.
  5. Use the „Hyperlinks“ menu in Muse’s upper control strip to assign a link to the rectangle, the composition target or a button within, which links back to the page, which contains your form.
  6. In your form, assign the page, created in step 1., to the „After Sending“ option.

Now all should work as expected.

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This doesn‘t solve the thread opener‘s problem.

He doesn‘t want a form within a popup window, but a „confirmation popup“ after sending the form.

Unfortunately this isn‘t possible „out of the box“ – not in an „elegant“ way at least.

One way, to achieve this:

  1. Duplicate the page, which includes the form, or simply create a new, blank page and exclude this page from all menus,.
  2. Place a one-target-composition (light box display), configured as an „auto lightbox“.
  3. Of course you can use as well a rectangle, set to browser width, or whatever you want.
  4. Design it as you like as a „Thank you!“ popup.
  5. Use the „Hyperlinks“ menu in Muse’s upper control strip to assign a link to the rectangle, the composition target or a button within, which links back to the page, which contains your form.
  6. In your form, assign the page, created in step 1., to the „After Sending“ option.

Now all should work as expected.

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Thanks for your replies though neither of those is what I'm looking for. For certain, I didn't do either of those when I initially created my site.  I'm pretty sure I used a widget (just can't find it)  I think the widget did the nifty trick of slightly graying out whe website when the pop up is visible.

I can't find the widget I must have used, I might have to use Gunter's suggestion.

One question, Guther, would I have to configure the lightbox appropriately for each breakpoint?

Thanks.

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If it is responsive, no.

Unfortunately I am not aware of a Muse widget, which does this.

Perhaps @Pavel Homeriki​ has an idea, if it is possible on a coding way, to link a popup to the „Send“ button of a Muse form, which appears after sending the message.

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Hi, Günter. I do not have the knowledge of javascript . Only html/css

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You simply have to learn it — just for us Musies!

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Looks like a marketing opportunity for some one to create and sell a widget that does this. I'd buy it

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