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Manage Forms

Add the ability to create and manage forms through PageLime.

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    Adminemil (Admin, PageLime) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Geert Leerentveld commented  · 

        You just changed it from Planned → Under Review.... Uservoice sends that info in the email with your reply (oh boy)

        What "core features" do you mean?

      • AdminKJ (Support, PageLime) commented  · 

        Hello this is under review and work has been started on this feature, however the stability and growth in our core features is a higher priority right now.

      • Geert Leerentveld commented  · 

        Emil, is your computer broken?? Hope you guys get your act together...

      • badlydrawnrob commented  · 

        What would really be helpful is to allow managing of existing forms, while still keeping their original settings, for instance a drop down menu:

        <select class="item_Size">
        <option value="Small">Small</option>
        <option value="Medium">Medium</option>
        </select>

        Where only the options "value" and "content" be changed, along with the ability to add more options. I expect this wouldn't be easy to achieve though!

      • badlydrawnrob commented  · 

        Great idea, but best make sure that all forms are secure when created i.e. using verification methods.

        I`ve been caught out a couple of times with server hacks.

      • Jimmy James commented  · 

        MagicEdit.com supports forms, they can send email or write to an excel file.

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