A new version of Simfatic Forms is available for download. This version comes with a few features that makes it easier to customize the form. You can add custom header footer or CSS code to the generated pages. Moreover, the extension modules can hook to more call backs now.
You designed the form using Simfatic Forms and uploaded it successfully. No problems so far. Easy, as a piece of cake! You fill the form and submit. No errors too. Then you wait and wait for the email … and it never arrives! Sounds familiar? Here are the steps to troubleshoot.
Here is the scenario: “On your DatePicker, I desperately need the ability to have a start and end date picker, that I can set a value of Today + n days as the max date for StartDate, and then on the Endate + y days for a max on the EndDate.” Example 1st Jan 2010 […]
It is common to have a validation that compares two fields in the form – Confirm Password, Confirm email and so on. Some developers believe that this will ensure that the correct email/password is entered. Just like you, I also don’t like typing my email twice; but, since you asked, here is how to do […]
Simfatic Forms 3.1 is finally out of beta. There are a number of enhancements available in this new update. Here is the summary: 1. You can change the DocType of generated code in Options & Settings 2. The generated code passes HTML/XHTML(strict) validations at w3.org 3. More standardization: ‘label’ tag and ‘for’ attribute
Simfatic Forms 3.1 comes with a set of ‘high demand’ features. The next version (Simfatic Forms 4.0) will address almost all feature requests that you had requested. However, it will take a few months to complete all of them. Meanwhile, it looks like a good idea to have an intermediate version with the most demanded […]