Thanks for your help and verifying there was nothing wrong with my testing and configuration.
I read and re-read your response and was in the process of writing a long response about the details of my URL, etc, when I discovered my mistake. I was, in fact, not executing any action at all when clicking this button (and therefore the debugger wasn’t showing).
Turns out I had missing data in a required field and the button was actually not clickable. In a more typical UI it would be ‘greyed out’. Due to my lack of understanding in the UI style options I had created for this app, I didn’t realize that I was attempting to click a non-clickable object.
Additional confusion was that I was feeding a parameter (email address) into the PLACEHOLDER of a required field, not its value. Seeing this made me think the value was inside the field, when it reality, it wasn’t and so I wasn’t able to click submit.
Confusing UI was confusing and I was clicking a disabled button :-p
Thanks for posting back. Such things happen when you’re learning the ropes.
As well, one of the great features in Bubble to dig deeper is “Element inspector” tool. When you click on the icon, you can see workflows, etc that are directly driven by that button and tangentially related to it.
Thanks for the tip! I was actually following along through Salar Ali’s udemy class Build Your Startup with No Coding that was in a list of learning materials you had recommended to me via our conversation on sixty last week.
BTW, I’ve been involved in my startup for over a year now and the consultation time I purchased with you was easily one of the best decisions I’ve made. I’m plugging along with learning the platform and I’m looking forward to continuing to work with you again once I have a better foundation. Thanks again!