Build forms with Edicy, Release notes for April 14, 2009Apr 14, 2009
Today we're happy to announce form builder in Edicy. Now you can create forms with ease to gather user's feedback. And everything happens right where it should -- directly on page. Along with other minor improvements, this week's release also brings us fresh new design template called Daejeon.
To get going, just create a new form (or use the form you already have) in desired content area and start adding fields onto it. We added a new form toolbar where all sorts of form fields can be picked, such as checkboxes, radiobuttons, select fields, etc. Once you've added the fields, their properties can be edited in widget that pops up when you click on a field area.
To rearrange or delete form fields, move the mouse cursor over the left side of field area and buttons to perform these actions will appear -- just like they do with content areas.
Gather the feedback
Edicy had this one before, but just to remind you -- all submitted forms appear as tickets on the tickets screen site admin area. There you can browse individual tickets or download them all together in CSV format.
Complete release notes
- Revamped photo editor. We polished the user interface and fixed number of issues related to crop and resize functions. Also, now you can always revert back to the original copy of the image.
- Added new Daejeon design template
- Added keyboard shortcut to trigger save -- use Ctrl+S on a PC or Command+S on Mac
- Table tool now creates tables with the 100% width by default because it is the most common use case when creating tables. Width can be always changed from table options widget.
- Improved Google Webmaster Tools verification handling
- Fixed minor issues with sitemap.xml and robots.txt files
- Fixed issues with blog article comment forms