Note: The Form stack requires PHP on your server
The Form stack is a very simple version of a contact form. It is superb for building contact pages for your visitors to get in touch with you. If you require a more robust form, for more than a simple contact sort of page, we encourage you to seek one out on the RapidWeaver Community.
This section is for adding the email address to which you wish the results of the form to be delivered. This allows the stack to know where to send the information that your site’s visitors have supplied.
This section provides fields for label names, placeholder and error text. The label is the text that will be seen next to the input field. The placeholder is the text that will be seen inside the field, greyed out, before the visitor enters their information in a field, and the error is what will be seen if they submit the form without having filled out that field.
The form stack has each of these three setting for each of the following field types:
The Human Test also has a field in which you supply the answer to your Human Test.
The Form stack has a very simple test to guard against the simplest of spam bots on the web. It allows you to add a question to your form, along with providing the answer. If the correct answer is not provided when the form is submitted, the form will simply not be sent.
This is the text that will be displayed to your visitor when the form has been successfully submitted.
Just the opposite of the Success Message. This text will be presented to your visitor, along with the field specific error messages, if the form failed to be sent. This will let them know what to correct and allow them to then re-submit the form.
Set the text that will be shown on the form button that your visitors will use to submit the form.
Set the color of the Submit Button to match your site using one of Foundry’s color swatch presets or make use of custom color pickers.
Choose the size of the Submit button for your form. Choose from Small, Standard or Large.
Allows you to set the justification of the Submit button. Align it either to the Left or Right side of the form.
Enable to make the Submit button span the entire width of the form. The button’s width is flexible when enabled and will size down to fit the available space.
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