The first step in editing any piece of content is by clicking on the blue "Edit" button shown below:
You will then be presented with two types of form edit options. You can edit the primary form options from the option drop settings:
However new and old form fields are edited within the form selector itself.
Editing Form Fields:
There are 3 primary form field editing options:
- Edit the properties of an existing form field.
- Delete the form field.
- Rearrange the position of a form by clicking and dragging.
Each different type of form field has it's own properties.
- Label: Description of the information you'd like to collect from your visitors.
- Required: A visitor will not be able to submit the form if they leave a required field empty
- Drop-down, checkbox, radio button selections: These type of form fields typically require a few pre-defined options for the visitor to select from.
Adding New Form Fields:
You can add new form fields at any time by clicking on the large button with the plus (+) symbol. Doing so will present you with 7 field type options.
- Text Field
- Radio Button
- Drop Down
- Text Area
Additional Form Options:
- Button Text: This is where you'll choose the text that your form button displays.
- Drop Shadow: This adds a subtle drop shadow to the bottom of your form button to give it more depth.
- Corner Radius: This allows you to round out the corners of your form button.
- Border: Allows you to add an outline on your button.
- 3D effect: Gives the button an added depth look and makes it stand out more.
- Button Colors: Select a color for your form button, for when you hover over the button and for the button text.
- Glossy: This adds a subtle gradient to your form button to give it a 3D look.
- Flat: This adds a flat look to your form button to give it a modern / simple look.
- Text Shadow: Check the text shadow box to add a discreet shadow to your text.
- Button Font: You can control the font used and its size