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Thread began 9/16/2009 10:27 pm by anonymous | Last modified 9/30/2009 10:16 am by anonymous | 673 views | 4 replies

Neil Beadle

CSS Form Builder Documentation

Hey Brian,

We intend to release a new document for CSS Form Builder users that describes the various ways you can use other WebAssist extensions to add functionality to your Form Builder form. This is the only CSS Form Builder documentation planned for the near future.

What we are seeing with Form Builder customers is the need for the form to function after using Form Builder. For example, after creating a contact form with Form Builder, you will need to apply additional behaviors to actually make the form send an email. In this case, you can use Universal Email and reference the documentation for that extension to be successful.

Of course, for those who do not have the other extensions, this would require hand coding and could become quite a cumbersome task.

The alternative approach is to have a functional form to start with, perhaps created by DataAssist or eCart, and customize that form using CSS Form Builder. This way, when you are finished using Form Builder, your form should be ready to go. This has already been documented in the Modifying an existing form with CSS Form Builder How To on the CSS Form Builder Support page: css-form-builder/

If you have other ideas/requests for documentation let us know using the contact form found here:
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-Neil

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