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Pass Form Varibles to Intermediate Page Before Redirecting

Posted on 2013-07-01
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I've got a All For Good form on my Drupal page, when the Visitor submits, I want to take them through an intermediate page, announcing they are leaving the site.

Then the form variables should continue through to the AllForGood site for the final results.

What's the best approach?

(Note: I've tried the Exteranl Link Page module but it doesn't know how to pass form variables)
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Question by:sandshakimi
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by:Arrow_1
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The best method would likely be to write some javascript to execute when submitting the form. You could provide a modal window in a lightbox displaying a message to the user. Perhaps this module might be a good place to start:
https://drupal.org/project/modal_messages
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by:nanharbison
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You can add form elements to the page and have them be hidden.
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mattwebdev earned 500 total points
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so the best way would be to use hidden inputs which pass through to the intermediate page. then the intermediate page basicly does the same thing, has all the data stored in hidden inputs, when it submits to the data display page all of your data will be there.
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