Editing the block formBrowser Info Environment
However the edit/reload/review cycle is even more laborious with entering/exiting edit mode, reloading the page, etc.
Is there a way to display the form as a stand-alone page that can simply be re-loaded? Maybe through some dashboard URL or something, where C5_Execute would be defined?
Does that make sense?
(maybe a thought for future updates, there should be a field on each item to allow notes input, and would output in the form with a fa question icon linked to a bootstrap collapsible panel under / beside each form label)
Not sure what you mean with this:
"Is there a way to display the form as a stand-alone page that can simply be re-loaded? Maybe through some dashboard URL or something, where C5_Execute would be defined?"
Is this the same as the questionmark with extra information or... Perhaps you have a working example you could share? I am open to each and every idea/feature request, so if it makes sense and will be useful for you, others and me, I will gladly implement it.
Never mind my question about viewing the form. That was about seeing changes update in the browser during editing, I figured out I don't have to reload the page, I just have to re-open the block edit form.
Maybe it was block designer, on an earlier site, or Jordan's block maker in 5.6, but at some point I had added these notes (see screenshot attached) to a block form using Bootstrap's collapse, fired from a simple icon question. Or maybe I was on Foundation then... I tried that briefly in this one (with Bootstrap), but opening the panel caused the block to submit, so I just went with simple paragraphs instead of trying to figure out what the deal with that was.
It'd be neat if we could add notes or tips to a field during the block configuration, and I think those would initially be hidden in the form view, but could be shown. If you get bored...
I'm just muddling through. I love being able to blockify arrangements though, this is awesome.
> On Jan 25, 2016, at 12:33 PM, concrete5 Community <[email protected]> wrote:
It's slightly different to how I mentioned it earlier, it complies more to concrete5 standards on how it's made now!
Happy Block Designing hehe.