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I am wanting to see if I can style an RSForms Pro admin email using PageBuilder but because of the way RSForms works it does not allow me direct access to PageBuilder in the editor, even with Joomla support enabled. What I need to know is if there is a way to access the code view of a page I create? I tried enabling this for a Joomla article and doing it that way but no luck. I am able to do this with other page builders but apparently not with PageBuilder. So the question is, is there some way for me to view the code so I can enter it into my RSForms Pro editor to see if I can style the admin message (or any of the messages for that matter)?

Let me be clear, I am not asking you to support RSForms Pro, only that I want the ability to test this and see if in fact it will enter the field value data in the form and maintain the layout when submitted. I am hopeful that it does however, I have a number of sites that this would be incredibly useful to be able to design and style the output form data for. In fact there is not a single form for Joomla that offers anything close and in my research it is not like there are not a lot of people asking for such an option and are sick and tired of the totally lame options available for these submission layouts, rather total lack of anything at all short of hand coding the html which can be a royal pain!

Something else I want to point out that has nothing to do with this but wanted to alert you to. I went to update this post and doing so for whatever reason it could not remember the category or type of question and when I tried to save it just sat there, no warning no nothing telling me I had to respect these two fields above the form. So might want to see if that can be fixed.

8 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Lucky you, I use RSForms Pro for a long time.
As you know it's component with built-in bootstrap chooser and its own layout creator,
it's fully independent of SPPB, no possibility for deeper integration.
Besides they have their own RSPageBuilder =/= no cooperation.

You can display RSforms module inside SPPB module addon
about CSS, inside each form built in RSForms there is an area for custom CSS
beside custom CSS can be stored inside custom.css (if helix) so you can easily transfer between sites.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
BTW
As I remember RSForms allows redirection after submitting mail - so that page can be built using SPPB.
Maybe this is an opportunity for you.

Kevin Morrison

More than a month ago #Permalink
Thanks for the feedback Paul, yes I am looking that direction as well. Sucks the RSJoomla team have such tight backends though!

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Maybe if more people will ask them.

Kevin Morrison

More than a month ago #Permalink
No, I gave up asking them for anything years ago. They are without a doubt the most arrogant, self serving developers I have ever had the misfortune of having to deal with! Still love their extensions, just that I will never ask them for help with ANYTHING.... EVER!

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
(To be honest, I have a similar experience with RSFirewall basic requests)

Kevin Morrison

More than a month ago #Permalink
I used that firewall for awhile but found Admin Tools does everything it does and so much more, so I just use it now.


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