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Form Builder code in CS5.5 to be used in website created in CS6

Thread began 8/21/2017 1:34 pm by bill3786 | Last modified 8/22/2017 10:56 am by Ray Borduin | 58 views | 5 replies |

bill3786

Form Builder code in CS5.5 to be used in website created in CS6

Hope this is not a silly question.
I have Design Extender and the standalone extensions from the old Super Suite.
I am quoting for a site with a CMS which will be built using CS6. The site will need a contact form but I dont have Data Bridge as I understand the stand alone Form Builder cant work in CS6.

I also have CS5.5 so can I generate the contact form in CS5.5 and copy the relevant contact page code to the new new site created in CS6.
If so, which are the relevant files/folders to be copied?

Secondly, is it possible that the client could maintain a picture galley once it is set up in the CMS.
If this is possible, can you suggest a gallery suitable for use in CKEditor?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I believe the stand alone form builder should work in CS6. It just won't work in CC versions of Dreamweaver.

You can use any gallery you want and set it up to work with CMS. None work directly with CKEditor, but you could have them add the images through CKEditor. I'd probably suggest using an hour of premium support to help you with this once you have identified the gallery you want to use.

This is what I think would work best:
1) Get your CMS working for other content on your site
2) Identify the gallery you want to use
3) Get the gallery working with static images the way you want
4) Set up a 1 hour premium support ticket with us and we will help you get the images and descriptions for the gallery from the CMS

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bill3786

Ok thanks for the info on the gallery, I will look into it.

Great that I can use the stand alone Form Builder in CS6. I know the order of installation of the extensions is important.
I have Design Extender 1.2.1 installed now so can I install the Form Builder next?

Also do all the other stand alone extensions work in CS6 and if so what should be the installation order?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You probably just have to install Design Extender last since it is the most recent. The order of others probably doesn't matter.

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bill3786

Is this an option to use a gallery within CKEditor in PowerCMS

https://ckeditor.com/addon/ckeditor-image-gallery

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, it appears that would be a good solution for you.

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