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8/7/2016 10:40 AM
 
Hi all,
Was wondering everyone's experiences with these? From a licensing perspective, Live Forms is cheaper in a multi portal install, but what about features? Ease of use? Was thinking of using a forms builder to replace the default profile page, the default registration process, along with some eventual customization's with something else through DNNSharp's API endpoint module.
 
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8/8/2016 2:23 PM
 
Hi Katherine, I use Live Forms also for the stuff you want to make. It does the job very well. I have login and registration forms on my site active (www.server-essentials.com). Compared to DNNSharp Live Forms is limited but I wonder if you need more then Live Forms offers. This month v3 of Live Forms will be released according to Mandeep and that will also allow for Extensions. What those extensions will be are unknown by me but I can think of some...
I have even build a small but simple Paypal subscription 'store' in Live Forms :)

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8/8/2016 3:42 PM
 
I'll probably go with live Forms for what I'm doing ... as much functionality as DNNSharp's action Form offers, not sure it offers what we need, or rather, offers too much. If I spend any money on anything from DNNSharp, it will probably be for their Sharp Scheduler module. the only thing I need changed on forms are the default fields, mainly so that they are labelled better for those using screen readers. Right now in order to access the value of the field, we have to constantly scroll down with the arrows, where we should be able to see it upon cutting across the page by form field element or edit field element.
 
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8/8/2016 4:05 PM
 
OK, if you help with anything let me know. Live Forms even let you share Forms with somebody else by copying code. Really nice.

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8/8/2016 10:07 PM
 
Looks like I'll be running some demos later in the week! Thanks for this.
 
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