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Looking for a site builder that works well with Caspio and also has more customizability than platforms like Weebly/Wordpress. I need to be able to easily make elements larger or smaller and reduce margins. I really liked the setup of Wix but unfortunately Wix doesn't work well with the website I need to build as I need to be able to pass parameters. Any advice would be much appreciated!
Hi all, I am currently developing a recruitment portal which will have vacancies advertised from around 10 different recruitment agents. I understand that using their login information, these agents will be able to post vacancies using Caspio portal. However, these recruiters also would like to showcase/embed their mandates (vacancies) on their company website so that applicants can apply directly on their website as opposed to being directed from the community portal. As neither applicants nor recruitment agents (on the individual websites) will be required to log in, how can I filter the jobs posted by an individual recruiter? Is it possible to filter the results based on Web IP address, Domain Name or Server IP address - any information that is acquired without a search query? Many thanks Kauntey
I'm and excel guy looking for a simple solution to publish excel data to a Joomla website. Don't know much about databases or html. I have 1 basic excel file, 10 columns and 500 rows. Column 10 is my "filter" and contains 10 different groups for the data. I also want to have different cell background colors based on the values in the cell (either replicate from excel sheet, or ability to set criteria with Caspio bridge). My goal is to embed code on 10 different web pages, each page would display 1 of the groups. Data is updated monthly, was looking for a solution where I could just upload a new source and it would refresh my web pages. Caspio looks incredibly powerful, but it also looks complex. Newbie looking for help - tutorials or resources or advice on simple excel web display. Thanks, Anthony