Suggestions for CoffeeCup HTML Web...

User 2304277 Photo


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Hi

I often use the transparent forms in web sidebars (e.g. Wordpress widget area). The form is contained in an iFrame and space has to be provided below the form to allow it to expand to add validation messages (and prevent the submit button from disappearing).

I would love to see a styled version of the validation messages so that validation messages just pop-up and hover over the relevant field.

Here's an example (just click in a couple of fields and hit the submit button): http://tinyurl.com/dxnz4s7

Thanks
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User 1948478 Photo


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A pop-up for validation/error messages is a GREAT suggestion!
That would finally make it possible to make a compact form of a size that doesn't need extra space to expand. :cool:
User 187934 Photo


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I'll third it.:)
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User 1901786 Photo


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I think that is an excellent suggestion. The extra space used to expand on error messages has been a bit of a challenge at times.
User 2342626 Photo


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We need to have control over the shape and height of the fields as well as be able to build horizontal forms with the submit button directly to the right of the field. (1 line form) simialr to the forms that are all over the coffeecup website.
User 206041 Photo


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I really like the coffeecup web form builder but kind of wondering if possible to have option to capture ink signatures using your ipad/android tablet. I want to use the form for prescribing doctors - required by the college in order to have it acceptable for pharmacy use, manually handwritten signature is needed.
User 2268299 Photo


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I'm building a wholesale order form for my dealers. Some may want to order one item, some may want to order five items. I'd love an "Order Another Item" button which would display all the necessary fields, less the shop name etc, for them to order another separate item, for as many items as they'd like to enter on this instance of the form.
Seems like now I need to have them fill-in one complete web-form for each item, or decide on a fixed number of items that the form will allow.

Thanks for listening!
User 227703 Photo


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I am creating a form to sign up folks for a banquet where there are four options. Each option has different price points:

Option 1: Individual (member) $15
Option 2: Individual (non-member) $20
Option 3: Family (member) $25
Option 4: Family (Non-member) $30

The problem is that if they want to sign up more than one of any of the options I can not figure out how to apply a quantity capability to the individual options. I can multiply the entire form but not by line item. I would like to allow this, as it would prevent multiple transactions.

User 187934 Photo


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How about listing them below the rest.
Option 1: Individual (member) $15
Option 2: Individual (non-member) $20
Option 3: Family (member) $25
Option 4: 2 x Family (Non-member) $30
Option 5: 2 x Individual (member) $30
Option 6: 2 x Individual (non-member) $40
Option 7: 2 x Family (member) $50
Option 8: 2 x Family (Non-member) $60
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