Web Content, Digital Assets, Form Builder, SEO Tools, Decision Support
Multisite Management, Multilingual Support, Site Synchronization, Deployment Options, Security, Scalability
Personalization, Email Marketing, Mobile, Social Media, Analytics
Integration Platform, Connector for Salesforce, Connector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Connector for Marketo, Connector for SharePoint
Product Catalogs, Multiple Storefronts, Targeted Offers, Payment Processing, Order Management
Custom Content Types, UI Framework, ASP.NET MVC Support, Visual Studio Support, Comprehensive API
Behaviour Tracking, Data Integration, 360° Customer Profile
Audience Segmentation, Predictive Analytics, Campaign Recommendations, Campaign Tracking
Marketing Attribution, Conversion Tracking, Persona Profiling, Lead Scoring
Predictive Personalization, Persona-Based Targeting
How can I disable the Feather form builder and revert back to the standard forms if I installed Feather and don't want to use feather forms.
You cannot disable the Feather form builder (unless you disable the entire Feather module), but you can choose which Form builder to use by switching the Web Framework from the "Advanced" menu when creating a new form.
I hope this will help!
I have looked everywhere for the "Advanced" menu and cannot find it. Except in the backend pages for the forms control but there is no "Web Framework" property there either.
Does anyone know where the "Advanced" menu is?
Here's a screenshot: http://screencast.com/t/tOTQtE1M5y
It is not technically a menu, it's rather an expandable settings panel, apologies for the confusion.
I found the problem, it appears to be a bug. The "Advanced" menu only shows up when the Marketo module is activated.
Is there a workaround for this? Can I add the Framework field manually in the FormsConfig file?
Yes, this is a known issue and there's no workaround for it, unfortunately.
Is the Marketo module a free Sitefinity add-on? If our clients don't have Marketo then we can't select the framework?
Is there a timeline for a fix?
Is the Marketo module a free Sitefinity add-on? So our clients can't select the framework unless they have Marketo?
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