1. You have a Views for content and it seems inserting a taxonomy term is not available from the field list filter. By default, only options unique or related to Content are available by default, and taxonomy term options seem missing or limited. We need to make these available from the options as well.
  2. In your Views page, add a relationship - choose Content: Taxonomy terms on node

By default, Drupal's core Comment module displays core fields like Homepage, etc. There is no customizable setting from the Manage Comments area in your Content Type as these are already provided and outputted in the core template file. Exception for some fields like the "Subject" field. See instructions for removing the Homepage and the Subject fields separately below.

On Drupal 7, a clickable link to popup a Webform window is impelemented; link for example is - http://www.website.com/webform-sample-original-url?width=700&height=500.... clicking on link, pop-up works but webform is missing with an error "You are not authorized to access this page". Double checked all permissions and roles and everything is correct.

Drupal webform access error

Default Drupal Fields

While it is easy to assign CSS classes to fields in general both field label and value when using Views and when using useful Drupal modules such as the Field Formatter Class module, it is sometimes tricky to insert your custom CSS class to the field label itself.

A quick workaround is to assign a custom CSS class using the field labels value + the field label name. For example to asssign a class to the label of the field - Company Website, you will need to add a class like below: 

On a Drupal version 7.5x, error suddenly appears: User warning: The following module is missing from the file system: media_wysiwyg_view_mode

It seems the previous version of Media apparently caused the error of the sub-module going "missing". Updating Media module from previous to latest fixed the issue.

Previous version

In using Chronoforms version 5 on Joomla version 3.6 you encounter an issue where all emails and forms are being sent as Root User localhost, you may need to check on the following:

Joomla global configuration server e-mail settings

  1. Go to mail settings under Global Configuration > Server > Mail Settings
  2. Check that the email field has a valid system email address entered, one that will serve as your website system email for all notifications, alerts and mails.
  3. Enter also a proper sender name, ex: your company or website name
  4. Click on Send Test Mail
  5. Ensure you are receiving this test mail before proceeding to Chronoform troubleshooting. If not received, normally your webhosting provider or developer can assist you with fixing this.
    Joomla global configuration on server email settings