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A Perch App that enables editors to build Perch forms quickly and easily.
Now creating a form is as easy as inserting a Perch Content Region, then adding content.
Add edit and re-order: Text Fields, Text Blocks, Email Fields, Number Fields, Select Lists, Radio Buttons, Checkboxes, File Uploads, Hidden Fields, Date Fields.
Then publish, all from within Perch admin.
Count how many responses your form has received
Hide the form when a certain number of responses have been received
Show how many places are remaining before the application form is closed.
This App can count how many form responses your form has received. This can be useful for when you need to hide a form when a certain number of responses has been received for example. Or you could show on the page how many responses are remaining, useful if the form is for an event where there are a limited number of spaces.
Download the file, unzip it and place the sly_countresponses folder in perch/addons/apps/. Add 'sly_countresponses', to perch/config/apps.php
Now you can test to see if the max number has been reached before outputting the form. The app returns the number of spaces left, so you can add a message like: 'There are only 'x' spaces left, apply now!'.
See the example_functions.php file for ways you can use this.Download
A super basic page that can contain password protected content. When user visits the page they are asked for the password before the protected content is displayed.
The basic file has two Perch regions: one to set the pasword for the page and the other for the protected content.
- Visit the page in your browser and then go to Perch admin.
- Assign a text field to the Password region and set the password.
- Go back to the protected page, reload it, type the password and hit enter.
- The protected content region will now show in Perch admin. Assign what ever you like to the content region.
Modify the file to your site's design. Whenever a visitor goes to that page, they'll be asked for a password. Yep, every time. I said it was super basic!
Perch nav formatted for bootstrap
Use this nav in your Bootstrap framework projects.
Download the file, unzip it and use the code in Nav Code.php in your website header.
Place the level1.html and level2.html into perch/templates/navigation folder
A region template allowing editors to easily update social channel links
Download the file, unzip it and place the file in perch/templates/content.
Then create a shared region eg. perch_content('Social Channels’);
The template uses a repeater region to allow editors to add, edito or remove
Note: requires Font Awesome 5 (free)Download