Suggestions for CoffeeCup HTML Web...

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Inger wrote:
Maybe I'm over worked :rolleyes:


Yeah, you need to stay out of that 'other thread' and let her learn how to build websites. Me thinks she's taking advantage of you. :D
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She is a 'he'. ;) I know he is taking advantage of me, but since I'm learning a lot by helping, I don't mind too much.
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She's a he? Kind of like a boy named Sue. :D
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Stephanie is the female variant. ;)
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Seems like we are not going to have more support for this software. (Last released version is from Apr 14, 2015)

So, can you send us (Only to buyers) the source code?
With the source code I can keep it updated and free of bugs.



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Hello Coffee Cup Team, lets see some slider controls to dial in element dimensions including form input fields such as height also the ability to adjust the height of form input fields and apply color to input field background without having to dig into the css files would be Really Really nice. Oh and lets not forget the ability to use /apply google fonts would be really nice.

Thanks for listening,
-wmfx
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wmfx wfmx wrote:
Hello Coffee Cup Team, lets see some slider controls to dial in element dimensions including form input fields such as height also the ability to adjust the height of form input fields and apply color to input field background without having to dig into the css files would be Really Really nice. Oh and lets not forget the ability to use /apply google fonts would be really nice.

Thanks for listening,
-wmfx


Totally agree
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It would be great if your designer could semi-automatically create forms from XML schemas (XSDs) like MS InfoPath does.

I am particularly interested in making Web-based forms available to support the Strategy Markup Language (StratML) standard (ISO 17469-1 & ANSI/AIIM 22:2017). http://stratml.us/

I also encourage you to consider incorporating support for StratML into your website design services, as a potential standard for About Us statements.

The vision of the StratML standard is: A worldwide web of intentions, stakeholders, and results. It's core elements are: Mission, Vision, Value(s), Goal(s), Objective(s), and Stakeholder(s).

For additional background, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strategy_Markup_Language & https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine-R … _Documents
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Suggestion for Web Form Builder
Add the ability to, besides writing to a csv file and a mySQL database, to http-get or http-post the user input some http host at some user definable port. http-post and https-post would be a bonus for sensitive information.
That would allow the rest of us who do not use csv files or mySQL databases to use the builder as a front end tool.
Have a great coffee day
Juergen
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Make it possible to create horizontal layouts. That means enabling max-widths wider than 960px, and also placing the submit button inline with the input fields.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
My new honey site, built with RFF: http://www.horgenhonning.net/
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: http://www.horgenhonning.net/sharing/



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