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CSS Form Builder 2

Thread began 12/07/2010 11:34 am by sdudding6702 | Last modified 12/09/2010 5:01 pm by sdudding6702 | 1711 views | 11 replies |

sdudding6702

CSS Form Builder 2

I owned Validation Toolkit, Digital File Pro, Universal Email, and iRite; all of which CSS FB 2 replaces. The problem is that the dozens of sites that I created and continue to maintain with the previous versions of those products are all .asp sites and forms. They seem to be no longer supported by the new versions contained in CSS FB 2. Is this correct?

My options seem to be:

Return CSS FB 2 for a refund and use the old versions.

Update every old site I ever created and still maintain to php. A ****ed big job for which I can't bill anybody.

Am I correct in my assumptions?

Sam Dudding

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, CSS form builder 2 supports PHP only.

Your assumptions of available options are correct.

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sdudding6702

CSS Form Builder Uninstall

I've uninstalled CSS Form Builder 2 since I can't use it. This created 3 problems that I eventually fixed. I've bought nearly every product you offer at some time or another and always had a good experience. But now you seem to only develop products for PHP.

To develop and maintain web sites in both ASP and PHP is not easy as services have to be stopped and started as I switch between the two and all of my older sites are ASP. Is there no plan for ASP compatibility with current and future products? If you no longer develop and support ASP I will be unable to do business with you.

Thanks,
Sam Dudding

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

An announcement was made over a year ago that moving forward we would not be developing for ASP.

all currant and future development will focus on PHP and will not offer support for ASP pr cold fusion.

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sdudding6702

More problems after CSS Form Builder Uninstall

I'm now getting this error whenever I attempt to drop down the File menu in Dreamweaver:

The following JavaScript error(s) occurred:
Unable to open script file "C:\...\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\Library\WA_Preview.js" (error 3)

This is preventing me from working.

Sam Dudding

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

delete the Dreamweaver cache file from the users configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.pdf

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sdudding6702

File menu error

That was the first thing I did but I shut down Dreamweaver and did it again. Restarted Dreamweaver and the problem persists.

Sam

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

try renaming the configuration folder then.

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sdudding6702

Missing extensions, actions, commands

I renamed the config folder and the File menu is now accessible but all my extensions etc are missing.

Sam

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, you will need to reinstall them after renaming the configuration folder.

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