[development] Custom Webform Module

Jay Campbell poeticjazztice04 at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Jun 24 16:32:37 UTC 2011

Hi all. 

To Tolga 
My apologies if I seem presumptious. I was not aware that I could start my own list; I'm just learning how Drupal works. 

Thank you very much for your assistance. 


From: Tolga <tolga at ozses.net>
To: development at drupal.org; Jay Campbell <poeticjazztice04 at yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Friday, 24 June 2011, 13:08
Subject: Re: [development] Custom Webform Module


I have two things to point out:

1- I don't see what this website has to do with Drupal at all. If you are looking to re-build your site with Drupal, ask in Freenode #drupal or #drupal-support rather than in this list.
2- It would be better if you started your own thread, rather than replying to someone else's post.

Sorry if I sound harsh.


On 06/24/2011 02:57 PM, Jay Campbell wrote: 
Hi all. This is my first Drupal post. My name is Junior (Jay) Campbell and I am the founder of Intelek International. Sounds pretty "highfulooting" right? It really isn't. 
>Anyways, I have been building and managing my own website, www.intelek.net for a several years now - since about 1990 - and I struggle! I really do. 
>I'm currently struggling with the Facebook (FB) registration form "thingy" (html code?) that I need to integrate my website with FB. I'd appreciate any assistance anyone here can offer. Please be gentle :-). 
>Kind regards, 
>From: Michael Favia <michael.favia at gmail.com>
>To: development at drupal.org
>Sent: Tuesday, 21 June 2011, 15:26
>Subject: Re: [development] Custom Webform Module
>On 06/21/11 05:13, Peter Droogmans wrote:
>> Hi,
>> You can use %get[campaign] as default value for a web component, so the easiest is to add a hidden component to store this, for the redirect you need a custom module with a hook-form-alter, see http://drupal.org/node/952342#comment-4134176
>"Webform" is a loaded term in drupal and usually refers to the contributed module located here:
>If you meant this module then Peters advice is the best way. Otherwise if you are populating a web form yourself through fapi and storing the results, etc then you will want to use the $_GET['campaign'] variable instead which utilized PHPs inbuilt constants. Good luck.
>-- Michael Favia                  michael at favish.com
>tel. 512.669.5650            http://www.favish.com
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