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New Builds of HTML Editor 3 and CSS Form Builder

Thread began 1/12/2011 6:58 pm by Anna Robinson | Last modified 1/18/2011 1:08 pm by Anna Robinson | 874 views | 14 replies


I ran all the tests again with the new betas. I only found one minor bug on this go round and it's not really a bug as much as an inconsistency.

When I installed just the new beta of Form Builder, everything worked perfect.

When I added HTML Editor 3 and then did the simple contact form, when I switched the textarea to an instance of HTML Editor 3, the preview area simply did not show a holder for HTML Editor (it did previously when just the new Form Builder beta was installed). Instead, it still just shows a textarea box.

So, not really a big deal - but an inconsistency. The extensions however worked in accord with each other.

If you want to view any results, they are here:





Now on to some more intricate testing.

Best regards,


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