At the end of the form is a Button field. This is the button that users will press to submit their form. You can customize the text on the button but it cannot be moved or deleted.
Forms enable your users to send you emails from your website on a variety of different topics. You can specify the number and type of form fields for your users to fill in, and when they click the send button, you will receive an email with this information to the email address that you have specified.
When you have chosen to add a form, the form editor dialog will show a basic form layout for you to edit and customize. You have the following options:
To add a new field to your form, select the type of field from the "Add a new field of type" drop down menu and click on the Add button. This will insert the new field at the bottom of the form editor, but above the submission button.
LineThis inserts a single line field - it is best used for a name, subject or email address.
CheckboxThis inserts a checkbox that allows for a checked or unchecked state - for example, yes or no questions.
MenuThis inserts a menu where a single option can be selected from a list - for example, a visitor can specify a type of product of interest.
TextThis inserts a multi-line block of text - ideal for an address or additional comments.
Finally, you can specify where the website should take the visitor once they have submitted the form - many people normally create a webpage specifically for this, but you can redirect 350pages to go anywhere. Choose the link Page Type from the drop down menu - no link, a page in your 350pages File Manager or another link on the web. If you have selected a 350page or object the the Page Address drop down menu will show your files in your File Manager for you to choose from. If you have selected a web address then enter it in the Page Address field. When you are happy with your form, click on the Save button to place it on your page. If you are not happy with the form, either re-edit it or click the Cancel button.