Notice: Roadmap & Feature Requests (post feature requests here)
1: Automated password recovery
2: Automated requests to update info on pages published(6 month or 1 year), with some sort of alert sent to on of the admins if user/editor does not comply.
3: Workflow management. (What I mean by this is an editor can make changes and a manger or administrator have to approve and/or publish the page)
Re: [CWD] Notice: Roadmap & Feature Requests (post feature requests here)
1. Products: we should be able to add products into multiple categories (and even same product should be able to appear in more than one categories). You could use something sort of labeling for this.
2. Products: we should be able to link products to a shopping cart. So, if you turn-on the shopping-cart an "add to cart" kind of thing will also appear next to each product, and user would be able to make online payment (support for top 7-8 payment gateways should be included).
3. CSS for every page and feature. CMSBuilder should be able to add div-ids or something of that sort, and include a .css script for each page. So, for example, if I want records from News to appear in a certain way, then I would be able to do them with a css-script. As opposed to being tied-down to the way they'd appear by CMSBuilder generated code. There should be complete separation of code from presentation.
4. Different levels of access (user, editor, approver, admin, super-user etc.)
5. Ability to add form-data to the dabatase. For example, if I want to create a sign-up form, I need the ability to add the form-data to a user-db. Another example: if I want to create a email-signup list, then visitor would type in the email-address, and then I should be able to take that email-address and put in an email-list database.
6. Spell check: I'd prefer Gmail styled, in-line spell checker.
Since I have never used the product, some features I mentioned may already be in there. Thanks!
Also, while editing one record, to have the option to click on a link or button to edit the next record in the list without having to go back to the list of records. This would come in handy when doing many updates to a number of records in a row. Simply click "Save -> Go to Next Record" or something like that.
Re: [Janet] Notice: Roadmap & Feature Requests (post feature requests here)
I've added .pdf to the default for the next version. This is used when creating new fields. Is that what you meant or did you mean for the preset menus as well?
If you're comfortable editing the PHP code you can change the default now for your current version like this:
- open /lib/menus/database/editField_functions.php
- make a backup copy
- search for $defaultValue['allowedExtensions']
- replace that line with this (or whatever you want):
$defaultValue['allowedExtensions'] = 'gif,jpg,png,wmv,mov,swf,pdf';
For the wysiwyg, we actually use a different component in CMS Builder. I had a look back at AM2, do you mean how it shows you a list of anchors on the page. Like from <a name="section"> tags? Or something else?
Thanks for your suggestions! :)
The linking dialogue box I was referring to is apparently part of the AM2 WYSIWYG field. The link icon pulls up a neat little Hypertext promp box that makes setting your a hrefs a little simpler for the novice. I turn my sites over to clients who are not as familiar with HTML tags and this box was such a nice help for them.
I wrote a simple page to show them all the images in the system and their URLs for copy-n-paste use, but that's stretching things a bit for them.
Re: [InHouse] Notice: Roadmap & Feature Requests (post feature requests here)
How are the images included in the files? Would it be possible to have a pulldown of logos they could select from to avoid having to upload multiple files?
A shared media manager is in the plans but a lot of work and is still a ways off.
Yes, a pull-down option is one way to go in the short term. I've done that where the situation is predictable enough to allow it. However, there are many other times where you just don't know what will be needed.
I can well understand that an image manager would be a complex thing to code. I'm sure the clever folks at Interactive Tools will do it well when when they tackle it.