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Individual extensions or FormBuilder2?

Thread began 1/04/2011 3:41 pm by tone397472 | Last modified 1/04/2011 4:34 pm by tone397472 | 838 views | 6 replies |

tone397472

Individual extensions or FormBuilder2?

Hi,
Now that I have Super Suite I wonder if it's more easy to use the separate extensions like Universal email etc. or use Form Builder2.
And is Form Tool-kit also part of Form Builder2?
I prefer to keep on building the forms my self. What do I have to delete (extensions) when I use FormBuilder2? And can I use it without the form part?! I already had Dynamic Suite and Form Builder1.2 and 2.
Thanks! David

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

If you prefer to create the form your self, then use form toolkit and the separate extensions.

Form toolkit was created for those that wanted to create their own form, but still add the captcha or date picker functionality of form builder.

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tone397472

Thanks! But do you say not use Form Builder2?! And what about HTML editor?! I don't have it as a individual extension it's in Form Builder 2.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it depends on what work flow you want to use.


do you want to create your own forms? whith out the styling of CSS Form builder, but still have captcha or date picker?

Then use Form Toolkit.


Do you want to create forms that are styled using CSS Form builder? Then use CSS Form builder.


you can install both form builder and form toolkit at the same time to can access to the HTML Editor.

CSS Form Builder contains all of the functionality of the standalone extensions.

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tone397472

I think you don't understand what my question is. I make all forms my self, but like to use the HTML editor. That's only in Form Builder2. But when I install Form Builder2 do I have to delete Universal Email4 and other extensions? And do I have to use Form Builder2 when I need Universal Email4 or the HTML editor then??!! Can I use Form Builder2 without the form part or does that make no sense??!!
I ask this because I just upgraded to Super Suite and I have no clue.
Hope you understand me now! Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

CSS Form builder 2 contains all of the functionality of Universal Email, Digital File Pro, HTML Editor, and validation toolkit.

you need to uninstall these extensions before installing Form builder.

you can still access all of the standalone functionality of those extensions with Form builder installed.

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tone397472

OK! I get it! Thanks! David

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