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Elements & Components

Forms.

Forms allow you to collect all of the information you need from site visitors including contact info, subscriptions and payment details. Forms can also be fully customized to match the aesthetic of any site.

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Intro

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TRY IT YOURSELF

Exercise on forms.

Open Academy X from desktop to complete this exercise.

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Add a field. Select the form on the canvas and click Add New Field. Under Contact Fields click the + icon to add the Address field.

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Edit a field. Select the Address field on the canvas and click Edit Field. Mark the field as required and toggle the Set character limit option on. Set the max number of characters to 100.

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Adjust the form design. Select the form and—from the floating action bar—click the design icon. Hit Customize Design, then select Input Fields. Then, click on Text and change the field title color.

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Submission table. Click Form Settings then View Submission Table. Notice that there is no information in this table yet.

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Publish and test the form. Click Publish in the top right of the editor and follow the on-screen instructions if you have not already published this site. On the live site enter some test content into each of the form fields. Click Submit.

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Review the submission table. Go back to the editor and click on the view submission table button. You’ll see the submitted content from there.

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