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Where do I find the really BASIC stuff?

Thread began 1/20/2011 8:45 pm by dougdye381447 | Last modified 1/23/2011 8:20 am by dougdye381447 | 1111 views | 5 replies

dougdye381447

Where do I find the really BASIC stuff?

Thanks in advance. I have been very satisfied with other WebAssist extensions. I bought the WebAssist Form Builder after using Form2Mail from Hot Dreamweaver successfully for several years (our clients didn't like the way the emails looked). I was thinking it would be easy to use and intuitive, but I can't find the answers to some very basic things about the forms.

Even uploading a form completely using presets, the form previews like it's supposed to look. But when I upload it in a php page, I get all of the prompts (like "Invalid format. Please enter a full email address") showing up.

I can't find a quick way to get rid of the "Contact Me" text at the top (I already have that as an H1 tag on the page, I don't need it over the top of the form too).

I get a field called "Additional Notes" with a bunch of the old "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet" stuff.

When I edit a form, do I have to re-upload everything in the WebAssist folder?

Sorry for the frustration, but I thought an expensive extension like this would be easy to modify, intuitive and would upload like it looks in the preview. I am hoping that I just missed something here...

Thanks for the help...

Doug Dye

P.S. If it matters, I am building in html pages with a lot of style sheet rules...

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