1. In the drop down boxes (i.e. Colour selection).
When clicking the <Apply> button, as well as applying the feature, also the ability to remove the "DropDown Box".
2. The Submit Button - Changing the colour. (How, it doesn't work.)
3. Ability to change the colour of <Section Breaks>.
4. Possibility of adjusting the width of the <"Captcha" Box>.
5. Ability to change the colour of the <"Captcha" Box>.
6. Ability to change the colour of the background of <Filling in Boxes>.
That is for starters, I have just had a cursory glance.
I hope this is what you want.
1. A way to add a Reset or a Print Button would be nice.
So far all is going well.
Also, I haven't figured out how to make the page background have the same image as the form background image that I put in, yet. Is there a feature that already exists for this? If so, could someone please point me to it? Thanks.
Changing the color of the submit button doesn't appear to work. It almost looks like the background behind the gradient of the button changes sometimes, but the color of the button does not change when using the "Button Color" picker.
On an up note, I used to use a Dreamweaver extension that was a form builder extension and I dropped it because I could hand code them faster and better than the extension. I have enjoyed the little bit of time with this form builder app. I'll probably need more validation options but for quick simple forms this will be great.
1.Being able to change the color of the required field box, font and font size.
2.Having the option to choose a JS popup window warning for the required field, instead of the red box around the required field, having both choices would be nice.
3.Also being able to adjust the size of the shadow, colors, or turning the shadow off, around the form in the default template would be a nice addition.
When creating a drop down list, it is not easy to create a long list of items. I use excel to output the text files with the variables needed. The carriage returns are visible in text editors and are formatted the same as the files included with WFB. WFB does not recognize the carriage returns at the end of each line in the excel created file. The text files must then be manually corrected to function properly.
http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/web-form-builder/how-to-create-your-own-options-lists/ Living the dream, stocking the cream
Since some of my DROP DOWN and CHECKBOX lists can be a little
long and require frequent updates, it would be helpful to be able to
enter items via:
a) Read in items from a file,
b) Paste in items from another app,
c) Access a file of items on a server, or
d) Access a data base on a server.
I realize that the present item entry procedure helps users avoid
making mistakes, and can live with that.
Have something to add? We’d love to hear it!
You must have an account to participate. Please Sign In Here, then join the conversation.