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Thread began 5/19/2010 4:57 am by tom113673 | Last modified 5/27/2010 7:02 pm by tom113673 | 2094 views | 16 replies

neilo

Hi Tom,

Just a quick note:

  
More efficient CSS
An area I hope will be improved in forthcoming products is better CSS implementation; currently the way styles are applied is extremely clumsy - in DataAssist for example. If CSS Form Builder is to be integrated witih DataAssist, things could get a lot worse. I tried Form Builder when it was released; when a two field login form created 1000 lines of CSS code, I knew this would not be a useful product as far as I was concerned. However DataAssist is useful, and hopefully will be better in the next release, particularly if it gets closer to ADDT.
  



Giving a post the title 'More efficient CSS', going on to talk about 'better CSS implementation' in 'forthcoming products' and subsequently focussing much of your opening paragraph on your experience of CSSFormBuilder, I'm at a loss to see where anyone is missing the point, even if you did cite DataAssist ('for example').

If FormBuilder is to be integrated into DataAssist, then the issue of extraneous code in Form Builder certainly seems to be a valid part of this conversation, and to the (your) point.

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