Hi Rob @robbeattie
From the manual… Does this help clarify? You can put it into debug mode and try to figure out what, if anything, is wrong with your configuration. Also, be aware, it may not work in some themes (perhaps Screens as an example but should work fine in Foundations, etc) but I have not tested it in anything other than locally with MAMP and the Sidebar Theme. If you’re having a theme issue, try a different theme and see if that makes a difference.
Enter the email address you’d like the form to be sent FROM - NOTE: Many hosts require the FROM address on email sent through their servers to match an actual account that exists on their network. If you’re having trouble with forms not getting emailed, try entering a valid email address that exists on your host (ie, don’t use an @gmail.com address as the from address on your @yourdomain.com form)
The reply-to address on an email can be different than the FROM address, which is handy in cases where your host requires the form to be sent FROM an address associated with YOUR domain but you’d like replies to go directly to the sender. Select an email address on your form as the Reply-to address. This way your replies go directly to the person that submitted the form.
RE: The stack…
Formloom3 Remote Stack
In the past, there have been various third party products used to place Formloom forms in other page types. Some worked better than others. Ultimately we felt it was best to give users the ease of building a plugin based page, then placing their complete form onto a stacks page. The Formloom3 Remote stack serves just this purpose. Here’s a rundown of the workflow:
Create your form using the plugin
Go to the Page Inspector -> Settings tab and enable the NO THEME option at the bottom (this prevents theme nav, sidebar, etc from getting pulled into the Stacks page as well)
Remove the Formloom plugin page from site navigation so it’s not also directly available to users (Page Inspector -> General Settings -> Show in Navigation)
Go to your Stacks page. Place the FormLoom3 Remote stack where you’d like to place the form. Be sure to give consideration to how much total width you have available - your Formloom page is responsive and will render in the area available.
The stack has only ONE setting, Set Link. Select this to invoke the page selector tool. Make sure the TYPE is set to Page and select the Formloom page from the Page menu (all pages in your site should be available, make sure you select only the Formloom page)
You will need to publish your page to view the imported Formloom content, it will not work in Preview mode.