How to create Forms (64)

1. Open a web site in edit mode.

2. Go to Forms and “Add new”.

3. The Edit forms page opens.

4 At the top, it shows – Form Edit, Form Settings. Notification, Entries, and Form Preview.

5 The right side shows four different sections – Standard Fields, Advanced Fields. Post Fields, and Pricing Fields.

6 The following table shows the names of the first two fields.

NO

N  A  M  E  S
STANDARD FIELDS

1

Single Line Text Paragraph Text

2

Drop Down Multi Select

3

Number Click Boxes

4

Radio Buttons Hidden

5

HTML Section Break

6

Page Break

7

ADVANCED FIELDS

7

Name Date

8

Time Phone

9

Address Web Site

10

Email File Upload

11

CAPCHA List
POST FIELDS

12

PRICING FIELDS

7 The top of the “Add new Form page shows Edit Forms, New Form, Entries, and Settings.

8 The Add new Form page opens with the Form Settings panel.  At the top right, it has the options of Edit, Duplicate, and Delete.

9 Throughout many of items that forms can use a small? exists in a circle. These items offer useful advice about what a particular section does and/or how to use it.  Usually it states whether an entry appears in the form where everyone can view it. Sometimes when editing a form it appears and names a particular panel.

10 Below the word Title? Exists that states “Enter the title of you form…

11 A panel below shows “Untitled Form”.  Delete these words and insert the name of the new form.

12 The item “Forms” opens in a Form Settings panel.

13 Click Edit at the top right and an “Untitled From panel opens

14 Below the word Title where it shows a? in a circle that states “Enter the title of your form”

15 A panel below shows “Untitled form.  Delete these words and insert a name for the form.

16 Each type of form has three options when it opens – Edit, Duplicate, and Delete.

17 Throughout the different types of forms, a small “?’ exists in a small circle/’

18 When  clicked these icons offer explanations and what the item can contain and whether it show on the actual form  or that it only displays when editing the form.

19 Each (??) Form has an option that allows the choice of the maximum number of characters that a User can use with a particular type of form.

Single Line Text

19 This option allows for only one line of text.

20 Each line in all forms can have a maximum of 105 characters.

21 Changing the number of characters to 200, 400, or 800 still produces a panel with the same width and apparently room for only one line of text.

Paragraph Text

22 A large panel opens that could contain five or six lines. It also allows for the placing of a limit of the number of characters that a User can enter.

Drop Down

23 The drop-down form-item shows a first choice with an arrow on the right.  An arrow on the right allows movement to a different level.

24 However how do you fill in material?

Multi Select

Number

Check Boxes

25 This type of form provides any number of ballot boxes. Creators can insert whatever name they want for each ballot box.

26 A panel for each box allows the insertion of the desired name for the box. In a panel.

27 On the right of the panel a “+” (add another panel immediately below the panel used.) or “-“(delete the panel) exists.

28 A bulk page exists that offers standard lists (e.g. Male, Female, Prefer not to Answer.)

Radio Buttons

Hidden

29 Difficult to see how this item works.

HTLM

30 A grey panel appears with <HTML/> at the top and explanation wording below.

31 Move cursor over the panel and a blue band appears above the panel. It has in …”HTML Field ID and on the right –Edit, Duplicate, and Delete.

32 Click Edit and a panel open with two tabs – Properties and Advanced,

Section Break

33 The top part allows for the entry of words. Creators could use them as Headings or sub headings.

34 The next line can contain words. They provide a smaller font.

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