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Drupal 7 Webform Cookbook by Douglas Vernon Denny

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Confirming submissions

The best way to avoid uncertainty in users of our form is to give them explicit feedback that we have successfully received and processed their submitted data. By default, Webform displays a simple thank you message when a completed submission has been received. This message is displayed on a new page and contains a link to allow our users to return to a new blank form.

Confirming submissions

However, we will often be required to give a more verbose confirmation message. This is also an excellent opportunity to supply additional information to our form users, or we could merely let them know that an e-mail is en route to them confirming their submission. ...

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