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As we continue our series on working with blocks, the last tutorial we showed you how to move a block, in this guide we will explain how to add a form in Concrete5. This allows visitors on your website to submit information to you. Forms can be used for many different things, such as
Add a form in Concrete 5:
Question - type your question here.
Answer type - choose how you want the answers to be displayed.
Answer options - allows you to set the answer type, options include: File upload, text, email address among many others.
This question is requires - If this option is checked, an answer must be provided to submit.
This tab lets you edit the text by selecting edit, or change the order the questions are
displayed with the arrows.
|Preview||This will show you an example of your form.|
Form name - Allows you to update the name of the form.
Message to display when completed - Allows you to create a custom mesage for visitors
who have submitted the form.
Notify me by email when people submit this form - you can set your email address to be
notified when someone responds to your form.
Solving a CAPTCHA required to post? - Set if a captcha is required to submit the form, this is
helpful in confirming it is an actual person submitting the form, rather than a robot or bot.
Redirect to another page after formsubmission? - Set if you want the customer redirected to
a specific page upon form submission.
Add uploaded files to a set - If you have selected the file upload option under the add tab, this
allows you to organize the uploads into a specific location.
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