I’ve scoured the WuFoo forums for this answer, and can’t find it. I don’t know where else to take this question.
When you build a form with WuFoo, you have two “confirmation options” (what happens after the user submits). One option redirects your user to a new page that has the default WuFoo confirmation. The other option allows you to enter a custom URL to which your visitors will be taken after submission.
Now, Chris uses WuFoo for his forms here. And, after submit, the form simply gets replaced with the confirmation text. No new page, no new URL … the form disappears, and a thank-you message pops up.
How I long to make my forms do this. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
@ChrisP — I will look into AJAX. Have seen it a lot, but too intimidated to dive into it in the past — guess here we go!
@chriscoyier — I feel ridiculous maintaining my disagreement that this is the not the default behavior (because, well, you worked at WuFoo). But perhaps it has changed. Here is screenshot of what that “?” reveals for that confirmation text option, which explicitly shows that it is going to redirect the user to a new page: [http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/3756/screenshot20130409at148.png](http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/3756/screenshot20130409at148.png “http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/3756/screenshot20130409at148.png”)