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I can do this tonight. Here’s how I would implement the feature…
Rather than hard coding the redirect in the JS file I would add it as an option where you can choose whether to apply a redirect or not and then select the page that should be the redirect target. This would require should take me about 2 hours to complete for a fee of $60. Doing it this way would mean it would be a support feature in Form and you would not have to worry about reapplying the change everytime there is an update to Form.
If that is a bit much I can hard code it for you for $30 but you could never update Form without losing it. So I would highly suggest the former rather than the later.
In order to do this work I will need a admin account and FTP access temporarily. If this is acceptable, please send me the login details using the contact link at the bottom of the page. Please paste a link to this forum thread in the message so I can relate the two. When I receive the email, I’ll send the PayPal invoice and begin work immediately.
Ok I sent a contact form email, please let me know that you got it okay. Also please let me know once you’ve sent the paypal invoice so I can pay it. I will go with the $60 option so that it can be updated.
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