Form widget

Form widget

Use this widget to display forms you have created with the form builder.

You must have at least one form already created before using this widget.


For information on how to create a form, see the Forms in the Content section of the knowledgebase.


After you drag and drop the Form widget on your page you must configure it to display a form.

Click the Edit button  in the upper-right corner of the widget.

The form selection window appears displaying a list of all created forms.


·         Under the Form tab, select the form you want to display on the page.
If you need to display more than one form on a page, you can more
Form widgets to the page.


·         Under the Settings tab, you’ll see Confirmation options.

Select “Use custom confirmation” to choose what happens after a user submits the form.

Select one of the following:

    • “Show message for success”
      A textbox appears, where you define the success message that appears when a user submits the form. By default, the confirmation message reads, “
      Success! Thanks for filling out our form!”


    • “Redirect to a page…”
      After submitting the form, the system can redirect the user to another page of the website.
      Click the
      “Select” button, and you’ll be able to select a page from the site to forward to after the form is submitted.


o   When you are finished, click Done selecting.” 

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