I am testing Confiforms, and I can easily enter "books"
But list- and tableviews are just emtpy, it seems I cant make list:
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as seen in readmode, there are 8 rows:
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So looking at your screenshots the issue is that you did not put any field macros inside the tableview or listview macros. The reason for this is that you can define which fields will be shown in the view macros and which won't. Also with the list view macro you can define formatting as well. So, it should look something like this ...
With the tableview macro lines break don't make any difference. They do, however, in the listview macro as it retains the formatting that you put in that macro. The last macro I put in the table view macro above puts an edit button onto each row of the table that will allow you to edit the field. It's handy at times.
Have you tried looking at some of their examples on their documentation site? It will give you some good ideas. Also, while you can put the registration control outside the form macro in a typical scenario you would put it into the form macro for a couple of reasons. The first is that you don't have to specify which form to use in the form attribute on the registration control if it is inside the form macro. And secondly it will bind that registration control macro as the default view of the form. Which comes in handy if you like to build your forms yourself using field macros instead of relying on Confiforms to lay the form out for you.
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