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Form Builder 1.02 with 'sharp - appointment request'

Thread began 7/07/2010 10:03 am by tone397472 | Last modified 7/07/2010 9:14 pm by Eric Mittman | 1045 views | 3 replies |

tone397472

Form Builder 1.02 with 'sharp - appointment request'

Hi, Did not even know it was there (V 1.02), but I thought lets give it a new try:

All pre-set Contact/Appointment Request forms insert with the error that the time is placed in a LIST?! instead of a MENU. And why not a jquery time picker?!

Then when you insert "Sharp" Contact/Appointment Request there is no way to change the button value which says Submit on the preview and Appointment Request in the editor!?

I get JavaScript warnings all the time to erase a script that is not in use any more .
With one time the result was that the form was gone.

When I insert "Sharp" Contact/Appointment Request size and background colour differs?!

I did a reboot defined a new site etc. etc. It still doesn't look like there is much time spend on making it stable and workable. And this was only trying one pre set and modifying it!
I wonder who is test driving this stuff?

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Eric Mittman

When you do get the error about the list and menu for the time? The submit buttons that are images will not allow you to update the text for them. You should not remove the js code that comes up as not being used, if it was created by Form Builder it should be left on the page. You mention that when you insert the form size and background colors differ, please post back with some more details about where you are seeing the differences and the result you were expecting to see.

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tone397472

Hi Eric, No I don't get a error, the time list is placed in a list when you insert Form Builder wile it must be placed in a menu to work proper, that's what I try to say.

I only used the editor to modify I understand the principle.

Then when you insert "Sharp" Contact/Appointment Request there is no way to change the button value which says Submit on the preview and Appointment Request in the editor!?

I got lot's of java script error messages and when I answered YES one time the whole form was gone.

After that I rebooted and inserted the "Sharp" Contact/Appointment Request and instead of white it was purple. So I stopped that session.

This is all on a Windows 7 64 bits computer. After this weekend I will give it a try on a Vista 32 and report the findings.

Thanks!

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Eric Mittman

The time selection should be in a multi select list, this is as designed. I'm including a screen shot of the page that was created for reference. The submit button used in this design is an image, so you can't update the text on it. You could use an image of your own for the submit button, you just need to update the image for the submit button.

When you are applying the form to a page it will use the background colors that you have for the page, on a blank page it should come up with a white background, I'm including a screen shot of what I see in the wizard for reference.

As for the js errors if you are just applying a form to the page you should not choose to remove any of the js code, it should only be there if it is being used by Form Builder. If you modify a form on a page or add another it is possible that you will have extra js on the page that is not used, but leaving it on the page should not cause any problems.

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