[pmwiki-users] wikiform ptv change

edwin marte edwin.marte at leidba.com
Fri Feb 20 13:15:43 CST 2009

When I started using pmwiki/forms I searched about all the options. What
seemed easier to me at that time was Zap (no necessarily the easiest). I
have learned a lot from that time and I know pmform or  ZAP / FOX or any
other recipe could do the Job.

My issues  are :

1-) To have a more flexible layout or customization of summition form than
wikiform (I know about zap,fox, pmform..etc  I think I'll use Fox)

In a few days I let the List / John my results about this part using FOX

2-) Once there is a change in a form field, I need to be able to make or
insert that change in all pages previously created , to make them (the
pages) work with wikiforms, in  automated way.

Reading from Fox Recipe http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/Fox I think I
may do this as well but I'll try it during the weekend

Thanks Anyway

On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 2:23 PM, DaveG <pmwiki at solidgone.com> wrote:

> edwin marte wrote:
>> Why would I want using ZAP/FOX ? I would like wikiforms to be more flexibe
>> allowing multiples fields in the same line or a table based layuot. Using
>> Zap I could design very nice looking forms but then have the hidden ptv
>> problem.  So that is why I am exploring FOX (for data input). About the
>> wikilist I am  very happy at this point, I would not ask or suggest for any
>> change :-)
> I didn't follow all your requirements, but PmForms allows you to do
> multiple fields, etc. Is there something the 'standard' forms processing
> doesn't do for you? (There are limitations to PmForms, don't get me wrong,
> just wondering if that might be a simpler solution.)
>  ~ ~ Dave
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