Ok I see! That is not very convenient but if it is that way then its the way it is! I did manage to build my login, registration, userupdate pages directly from Form Builder instead and then applying server validation etc and have them work just as the wizard pages made from SA but I have not succeeded with the forgotpassword page! Is there a guide available how to build a page like the forgotpassword page?
About Form Builder there seem to be a bug I discovered when building a form from scratch without using the preset form groups. I tried to build a registration form applying form fields to just 1 group but all fields on diffrent lines. I choosed all fields to be required but the password field and the the confirm password field did not work. No required indicator was applied to those fields. Also Spry validation was not applied to the confirm field. I did fix this after the form was generated though but it took me some time to figure out what was wrong.
Also there's another issue, when the form containing a password and confirm field is generated from CSS-FB, then in the WA Server Validation a "Regular Expression" validation type is also added to the Password field? The form did not work until I removed that! I compared the strictly SA generated forms and the forms/pages I built with FB trying to imulate the SA pages and in the SA generated forms that validation type is not applied to the password field!? The password field in the SA form has just Required/Not Blank/.... and Entry Length validation types applied to the password field on the SA page (registration.php). Im really a newbie when it comes to code so all this is still very confusing for me so maybe it is something Ive done in Form Builder that should not have been done that is causing this?
I do need some help creating a forgotpassword page that functions like the SA generated page and hope there is a guide available!?
Last but not least, you really have some good guides available but please keep more coming since I believe most people using your extensions are mostly designers and code "idiots" like me and really need foolproof guides to succeed! More guides means less problems for WA and you can spend your time on creating new wonderful extensions instead of answering "stupid" questions!? ;=)