If I select Text for the form submission confirmation, the text message is appended to the bottom of the page the form was submitted from. On a long page, that's hard to spot, especially since it looks like the page just reloads and you're at the top of the browser window (scrollbar at the top, confirmation message at the bottom.) Is there a way to get that message at the top, or scroll the browser window to the bottom so someone will actually see the message? Or is it better to redirect to a confirmation page to have that level of control?
Also, if the form is inserted into a page, it looks like on reloading the page content is still there (which is what's causing the problem described above) but the form fields are gone. Is that accurate? I mention that because it seems like I created a form once that on reload the only thing that was visible was the confirmation message. But thinking back, I think that's because only the form was in the page, no additional content. In this new page, the form is inserted at the end, so when it's submitted and the confirmation message is displayed, it's at the bottom of all the other content on the page.
Thanks for your thoughts.