How to build any type of form/list/record for your members (aka Wishlist, favourites, products list...)

newdreamers posted 9th of February 2009 in Community Voice. 6 comments.

If you've ever wanted to enable your members to create one of the following then this Dolphin patch/add-on might be for you:

Wishlists & List of favourite products/movies/places/...
Enhanced articles or blogs with extra-fields
Wine cellar
Art portfolio
Past professional experiences
Clients feedback
Customer reviews
Products list

This add-on was created in order to enable Dolphin admins/webmasters to build, design and manage any type of new record
attached to registered members, using the same WYSIWYG dynamic interface as the Fields Builder & Page Builder.

You can view a demo here, where registered members are able to create their own list of favourite movies:

Link to Demo admin section - where you can play with the Form Manager (similar to the Members section that allows you to manage accounts/profiles) & Form Builder (similar to Fields Builder for Profiles) :
Username: demo
Password: demo

All the files & installation instructions are available to download for FREE from the following page:

Distribution file is called

I hope some people will find this useful!

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I haven't tried it but I am sure it will be fantastic!

Thanks for this post and it is encouraging to see the generosity.

I had a look at your demo, it looks good. Could I use this for members to post there resume?

Many thanks for this!!
Hi there, thx a lot. I don't see why not re: Resume. Though, in case it was you who tried it, it looks like the name "Resume" is a bad idea. I got the error below in the MySql traceback. Which is weird because there's definitely no Resume table in my Dolphin install...

`ID` bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL auto_increment,
`NDXOwnerID` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL,
`DateReg` datetime NOT NULL,
`DateLastEdit` datetime NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY see more (`ID`)

Mysql error:
Table 'Resume' already exists
Thanks for the positive comments guys. Note that there was a stupid bug returning a PHP error when creating a new Table in the form manager, caused by a silly '$' sign not properly escaped in an SQL query. This is now fixed!
this looks really interesting, have downloaded it and will test it later on, thanks for your generosity...
Below is the legacy version of the Boonex site, maintained for Dolphin.Pro 7.x support.
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