[Support Guide] Form not showing in Netlify site dashboard

What else can gone wrong?

Do you have a git repository you can share?

I deployed the example in the downloadable zip file from How to Integrate Netlify’s Form Handling in a React App | Netlify and it works perfectly.

If you are using a built React app I have a working example coelmay/netlify-react-contact which is deployed to confident-raman-fc2e11.netlify.app.

I invited you to the repo, The template Form component is defined in the App.js. Thanks for your patience :slight_smile:

You still need to put the form in another file, for instance public/index.html or another HTML file inside public so Netlify can detect the form as outlined in Work with JavaScript-rendered forms. You can see an example in the repository I linked to in my previous post.

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Uhh, I feel like I was a bit lame :sweat_smile: anyway, it’s working and I cannot be thankful enough for the patience :slight_smile: I will recommend you :slight_smile:

I actually have one update recommendation:

The detection system cannot read non-ASCII characters in the name of the input like: é,á,ő…

Well actually in hungarian they are very common like:

Név - Name
Telefonszám - Phone number
Kérdés - Question

It isn’t a problem in the code, but the fields of the form, what I send in email should be without them so like: Nev, Telefonszam, Kerdes and it doesn’t look good. Can you please ever fix this issue? :slight_smile: I know it’s not a neccessary function, but if the dev team has free time (lol, they won’t have) it is an idea to do :slight_smile:

Do you mean the value you are entering into a form? Can you provide an example please?

Nope not the value :slight_smile:

<input type="text" name="Teljes nev" />

Right here in the name attribute.

That’s a valid feature request. Not sure if the devs will consider this or not (we haven’t had many requests for this), but I’ll file one regardless.