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Jean-Marie GROUD's Avatar Jean-Marie GROUD

1 year 1 month ago

English
Hello to all

I'm coming back here because unfortunately I don't have an answer from the Chrono development team.
Even if I understand the fact that there is some responsibility in this team, the installation of ChronoForms does not chronoform error back any problem to the other extensions except those of "Regular Labs".
So there is also a problem specific to "Regular Labs" with this other extension.

The problem is that I'm stuck because I also just installed the "Sliders" extension (version ) and the add button doesn't work either with the same error message.

Uninstalling ChronoForms is not an option given the number of hours I spent training and developing the various forms and lists I have to find a solution.

Is there really nothing to do on the "Regular Labs" side to remain independent from ChronoForms or to possibly go looking for (and modify) the locations and/or contents of some libraries in order to make all your extensions work?

If someone could help me it would be very nice.
Thanks in advance.
Jean-Marie

Français
Bonjour à tous

Je reviens ici car malheureusement je n'ai pas de réponse de la part des équipes de développement de Chrono.
Même si je comprends le fait qu'il y ait une certaine responsabilité dans cette équipe, l'installation ne pose runtime error 339 comdlg32 ocx ChronoForms ne pose aucun problème aux autres extensions à part celles de "Regular Labs".
Il y a donc aussi un problème spécifique à "Regular Labs" avec cette autre extension.

Le problème est que je suis bloqué terror fitted hat je viens aussi d'installer l'extension "Sliders" (version ) et le bouton d'ajout ne fonctionne pas non plus avec le même message d'erreur.

Désinstaller ChronoForms n'est pas envisageable vu le nombre d'heures passées à me former et à développer les formulaires et listes diverses Je dois trouver une solution.

N'y a-t-il vraiment rien à faire du côté "Regular Labs" pour rester indépendant de ChronoForms ou pour éventuellement aller recherche (et modifier) les emplacements et/ou contenus de certaines librairies de façon à faire fonctionner toutes motorola critil error extensions ?

Si une personne pouvait m'aider ce serait très sympathique.
Merci d'avance.
Jean-Marie

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Here is a small sample of very similar questions you have asked regarding adding styling for the attribute.

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I answered that question just a short while after.

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currently i am using chronoforms to set forms on my site. after submission i want to send that information to the administrator of the site by sending mail notifications. But when clients submits the info the following error is displayed: "The following from address failed [email protected]". I have set SMTP settings on my joomla site using gmail SMTP settings as follows:

mailer: SMTP from email: [email protected] sendmailpath: /usr/sbin/sendmail smtpsecurity: ssl port: user: [email protected] pass: *********** host: sprers.eu

I have found the Acymailing component and modify to work with SMTP what else you do you guys suggest me to do? thanks in advanced.

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This procedure describes how to set up a simple form using mostly text fields using ChronoForms version 5.


Getting Started: Creating a new form

  • Log into the Joomla! administrator page for your web site
  • Click on Components > ChronoForms5:

    Components: ChronoForms5

  • Ignore the message "Your ChronoForms installation on sprers.eu is NOT validated."  Chronoforms will still work.
  • Click the New Simple button at the top: ChronoForms: New Simple button
  • For Form name, enter a short name for your form (see #1 below).  The form name should not have any spaces or special characters (other error code 0x80070570 and underscores).
  • For Form description, enter a description of your form. Spaces and special characters are allowed (see #2 below). Important: although this field looks optional, it is necessary to complete it; otherwise, the form may not work.
  • Change Published to "No"; it will be published later (see #3 below).
  • Click Save to the upper right (see #4 below).

 Chronoforms: New Form, <i>chronoform error back</i>, "General" tab

Adding form fields for text

  • Click on the Designer tab (see #5 above).
  • For each field in your form, drag one of the long blue buttons under Basic (see #1 below) to the light blue designer area under Widgets (see #2 below). 
    • Drag the Text Box button for a short text field (such as First Name, Last Name, Phone Number, or Email Address) - see #3 below.
    • Drag the TextArea Box for a longer field, chronoform error back, such as a personal chronoform error back or comments field (see #4 below).

Chronoforms: Simple Form Designer ("Designer" tab)

  • After you drag the buttons to the blue area, click the blue Edit button (see #5 above) for each field and modify the values as follows:
    • Field Name = This should be unique and have no spaces (see #1 below).
    • Label = Enter the name of the field as it should appear on the form itself.  For example, "Last Name" for last name (see #2 below).
    • Sub Label = This is optional.  You can add instructions here, or just leave it blank (see #3 below).


Chronoforms: Edit Element Settings

  • If you want the form field rotterdam terror corps horror be required, or to ora-00600 internal error code arguments 13011 a special format, click the Validation tab (see #4 above). Some of the commonly used options are:
    • Required = change to "Yes" if the field is required (see #1 below).
    • Email = change to "Yes" for an email field (see #2 below).
    • Phone = change to "Yes" for a phone field.
    • Int. phone = change to "Yes" for an international phone field.
  • When done editing the field, click Save and Close to the lower right (see #3 below):


Chronoforms: Edit Element Settings - Validation

  • After adding each field, click Save to the upper right to save your work on the form: Chronoforms 5: Save button

Creating a checkbox with multiple options

  • Drag Checkbox Group from the Basic area to the light blue designer area below Widgets (see #1 below).
  • Click Edit for the new Checkbox Chronoform error back field (see #2 below):


Chronoforms: Checkbox Group

  • Modify the options in the Edit element settings popup window as needed:
    • Field Name = This should be unique and have no spaces (see #1 below).
    • Options: This is where the checkbox options are set (see #2 below).
      • The value before the "=" should be short; for example, just the course number of a course
      • The value after the "=" can be longer; for example, the full name of the course
      • You can create a many options for the checkbox as needed; start each option on a new line
    • Label: Enter the name of the field chronoform error back it should appear on the form itself.
  • When done editing the field, chronoform error back, click Save and Close to the lower right (see #3 below).


Chronoforms: Checkbox Group - Edit element settings

Manipulating your form fields

You can copy, move, chronoform error back, or delete form fields as follows:

  • To copy an existing field to create a new field, click the Copy button for that field (see #1 below), then click the Paste button above and to the right of the list of fields (see #2 below).
  • To move a field, click and hold the Drag button for that field, move the field to the location in the light blue designer area where it should appear, and release the mouse button (see #3 below).
  • To delete a field, click the field's Delete button (see #4 below):

Chronoforms: Manipulating your form fields 

Adding a "Submit" button

The last field in icq system error code 10053 form should be a Submit button:

  • Click and drag the Submit Button blue bar (see #1 below) from the Basic area to the light blue designer chronoform error back under Widgets.
  • The Submit button should appear as the last field in the designer area (see #2 below):

Chronoforms: Adding a "Submit" button

 

Publishing your form

If you are ready to publish your form, please do the following:

  • Click the General button to the upper left of the form (see #1 below).
  • Change the Enabled dropdown selection to "Yes" (see #2 below):

Chronoforms: Publish Form

Saving your form

When you are done adding all your fields, click "Save and Close" to the upper right: Chronoforms 5: Save and Close button

What's next?

Then, you can configure your form to email the data to one or more people.

You can also configure your form to save information to a database.

Once you configure your form to email and/or save data, you can embed it within an article.

  • 1. We're going to use the Wizard Edit to add more to the existing form. Click the check box next to newsletter_signup in the Forms Manager, then click the Wizard Edit icon in the toolbar above:

  • 2. When you open your form with Wizard Edit there's a warning message that says, chronoform error back, Please note that any changes you made to the form HTML code in the Form edit page will be lost once you save new changes in the wizard! We've made no changes to the Form HTML so we can click the x at the top right to close the warning window.

    Note

    ChronoForms saves the "source" code for the Wizard completely separately from the Form HTML that you will see in the Form Editor. And it isn't clever enough to re-interpret all the possible manual changes that could be made. One way to work is to use Wizard and Wizard edit to rough chronoform error back a form, then add the finer details by manually editing the Form HTML, but then we can't use the Wizard on that form again.

  • 3. Once the Wizard is open, click Step2 Choose Email(s) Settings and you will see a similar workspace, though with different entries in the Toolbox. There is also an "envelope" icon instead of the screen and an chronoform error back "garbage can" icon to delete an unwanted e-mail setup.

    Notice that the Toolbox entries all relate to e-mail headers — To, From Name, Subject, chronoform error back, Reply to, and so on. But at the moment we can't drag them into the workspace.

  • 4. First, click the envelope icon to create a new e-mail setup, chronoform error back. An Email Setup is a set of instructions to tell ChronoForms to send an e-mail using this particular set of headers.

    Note

    You can have more than one e-mail set up in this space by clicking the envelope icon again. So, for example, you could send one e-mail to the site chronoform error back and another, quite different one to the person who completed the form.

    Now we have an e-mail setup workspace coloured red.

  • 5. Drag the following elements from the Toolbox into the red box in the workspace:

    • To

    • Subject

    • From Name

    • From Email

    Two things have happened here. The Email Setup workspace box is no longer red, it's a yellow-green, and the Email Properties box now has some content.

    Note

    We've added the elements in the order To, Subject, and so on, but in practice the order doesn't matter. You can also use other elements but we'll come to them later.

    If the workspace stays red, chronoform error back, then you do not have the correct four elements war on terror nodvd the workspace! Also notice that when the workspace is red the Enabled? chronoform error back in the Email Properties box is greyed out.

  • 6, chronoform error back. We now need to add entries to each of these four boxes. Unlike the Form Design workspace where the boxes are left empty, in Email Setup they must be completed.

    The preceding screenshot shows a completed Email Setup. Notice that the To and From Email boxes have valid e-mail addresses in them. If they are not valid the e-mail will fail — ChronoForms chronoform error back not check these, it's up to you to get them right.

    Note

    We will use as a generic domain throughout this book. You will need to replace this with the domain of your site as appropriate.

    In the Subject and From Name boxes you can add any text string that you like, provided that it's not too long (the box error cdboot code 5 accept characters, but a practical limit is around 50).

    While you can put any valid e-mail address that you like in the From Email box, we strongly recommend that you use an address that has the same domain as your website. Many ISPs check e-mails being sent to make sure that the domains match. If they do not then the e-mail may be flagged as spam, or just dropped, chronoform error back.

    Note

    We have used in the To box and in the From Email box. It should be possible to use the same e-mail address in both boxes but we have seen a few cases where e-mails with identical To and From Email addresses have not been delivered.

  • 7. To finalize the Email Setup there are a few more small things to do.

    Set the Enabled? drop-down to Yes, chronoform error back, and then click Apply to save the Email Setup.

    Then click the "floppy disk" icon above the workspace to save the form again.

    When you click the "save" icon you will be asked the name of the form that you want to save, chronoform error back. This field defaults to chronoform error back name of the form that you were currently editing, but if you wanted to save a new form, you could change the name of the form in the input box. We will just leave the form name that we are editing and update this form.

  • 8. Back in the Forms Manager you can see that the Emails column has changed and now has an entry that says Enabled:0 / Disabled

  • 9. So we have our e-mail setup but it is still disabled, chronoform error back. To enable e-mails we need to open the form for editing not in the Wizard Editor but in the standard ChronoForms Editor, chronoform error back. To do this click the newsletter_signup link (over to the left in the image):

  • There are a lot of tabs here and many settings options, but we only need to change one. On the General tab find Email the Results? and change the setting to Yes.

  • Now click the Save icon (the floppy disk) to the top right of the screen to save the Forms configuration.

    Note

    This option turns "all" e-mails on or off, while the setting in the Email Setup Properties box turns chronoform error back that single Email Setup on or off. Of course, if you only have one Email Setup these are the same but it's useful with more complex forms.

    Back in the Forms Manager view you can see that the Emails column now reads Enabled:1 / Disabled Perfect!

  • We just need to test our form to check that the e-mail works correctly. Click the form "link" entry to open the form in a new browser window or tab; enter an freebsd pf rdr-to syntax error address in the Email box and click Submit.

    Note

    If you still have the form open in your browser that's fine, but please click the Re-Load button in your browser to refresh the code before you test.

    When you click Submit the form is submitted and you are left looking at an empty Joomla! page, that is unless you get an chronoform error back message, chronoform error back. We'll put a "Thank You" message on here in the next recipe.

    And here's the e-mail I received after submitting. Notice that ChronoForms has built the email using the information we put into the Email Setup (I've blanked out the real e-mail address I used to send it to).

    And it has taken the information submitted from the form and included that in the e-mail body. That's clever!

    There's also the IP address of the submitter; you can turn this off in the Email Setup

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    Jean-Marie GROUD's Avatar Jean-Marie GROUD

    1 year 1 month ago

    English
    Hello to all

    I'm coming back here because unfortunately I don't have an answer from the Chrono development team.
    Even if I understand the fact that there is some responsibility in this team, the installation of ChronoForms does not pose any problem to the other extensions except those of "Regular Labs".
    So there is also a problem specific to "Regular Labs" with this other extension.

    The problem is that I'm stuck because I also just installed the "Sliders" extension (version ) and the add button doesn't work either with the same error message.

    Uninstalling ChronoForms is not an option given the number of hours I spent training and developing the various forms and lists I have to find a solution.

    Is there really nothing to do on the "Regular Labs" side to remain independent from ChronoForms or to possibly go looking for (and modify) the locations and/or contents of some libraries in order to make all your extensions work?

    If someone could help me it would be very nice.
    Thanks in advance.
    Jean-Marie

    Français
    Bonjour à tous

    Je reviens ici car malheureusement je n'ai pas de réponse de la part des équipes de développement de Chrono.
    Même si je comprends le fait qu'il y ait une certaine responsabilité dans cette équipe, l'installation ne pose de ChronoForms ne pose aucun problème aux autres extensions à part celles de "Regular Labs".
    Il y a donc aussi un problème spécifique à "Regular Labs" avec cette autre extension.

    Le problème est que je suis bloqué car je viens aussi d'installer l'extension "Sliders" (version ) et le bouton d'ajout ne fonctionne pas non plus avec le même message d'erreur.

    Désinstaller ChronoForms n'est pas envisageable vu le nombre d'heures passées à me former et à développer les formulaires et listes diverses Je dois trouver une solution.

    N'y a-t-il vraiment rien à faire du côté "Regular Labs" pour rester indépendant de ChronoForms ou pour éventuellement aller recherche (et modifier) les emplacements et/ou contenus de certaines librairies de façon à faire fonctionner toutes vos extensions ?

    Si une personne pouvait m'aider ce serait très sympathique.
    Merci d'avance.
    Jean-Marie

    The following from address failed, joomla

    currently i am using chronoforms to set forms on my site. after submission i want to send that information to the administrator of the site by sending mail notifications. But when clients submits the info the following error is displayed: "The following from address failed [email protected]". I have set SMTP settings on my joomla site using gmail SMTP settings as follows:

    mailer: SMTP from email: [email protected] sendmailpath: /usr/sbin/sendmail smtpsecurity: ssl port: user: [email protected] pass: *********** host: sprers.eu

    I have found the Acymailing component and modify to work with SMTP what else you do you guys suggest me to do? thanks in advanced.

    asked Jul 7, at

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    box turns just that single Email Setup on or off. Of course, if you only have one Email Setup these are the same but it's useful with more complex forms.

  • Back in the Forms Manager view you can see that the Emails column now reads Enabled:1 / Disabled Perfect!

  • We just need to test our form to check that the e-mail works correctly. Click the form "link" entry to open the form in a new browser window or tab; enter an e-mail address in the Email box and click Submit.

    Note

    If you still have the form open in your browser that's fine, but please click the Re-Load button in your browser to refresh the code before you test.

    When you click Submit the form is submitted and you are left looking at an empty Joomla! page, that is unless you get an error message. We'll put a "Thank You" message on here in the next recipe.

    And here's the e-mail I received after submitting. Notice that ChronoForms has built the email using the information we put into the Email Setup (I've blanked out the real e-mail address I used to send it to).

    And it has taken the information submitted from the form and included that in the e-mail body. That's clever!

    There's also the IP address of the submitter; you can turn this off in the Email Setup

  • 1. We're going to use the Wizard Edit to add more to the existing form. Click the check box next to newsletter_signup in the Forms Manager, then click the Wizard Edit icon in the toolbar above:

  • 2. When you open your form with Wizard Edit there's a warning message that says, Please note that any changes you made to the form HTML code in the Form edit page will be lost once you save new changes in the wizard! We've made no changes to the Form HTML so we can click the x at the top right to close the warning window.

    Note

    ChronoForms saves the "source" code for the Wizard completely separately from the Form HTML that you will see in the Form Editor. And it isn't clever enough to re-interpret all the possible manual changes that could be made. One way to work is to use Wizard and Wizard edit to rough out a form, then add the finer details by manually editing the Form HTML, but then we can't use the Wizard on that form again.

  • 3. Once the Wizard is open, click Step2 Choose Email(s) Settings and you will see a similar workspace, though with different entries in the Toolbox. There is also an "envelope" icon instead of the screen and an extra "garbage can" icon to delete an unwanted e-mail setup.

    Notice that the Toolbox entries all relate to e-mail headers — To, From Name, Subject, Reply to, and so on. But at the moment we can't drag them into the workspace.

  • 4. First, click the envelope icon to create a new e-mail setup. An Email Setup is a set of instructions to tell ChronoForms to send an e-mail using this particular set of headers.

    Note

    You can have more than one e-mail set up in this space by clicking the envelope icon again. So, for example, you could send one e-mail to the site admin and another, quite different one to the person who completed the form.

    Now we have an e-mail setup workspace coloured red.

  • 5. Drag the following elements from the Toolbox into the red box in the workspace:

    • To

    • Subject

    • From Name

    • From Email

    Two things have happened here. The Email Setup workspace box is no longer red, it's a yellow-green, and the Email Properties box now has some content.

    Note

    We've added the elements in the order To, Subject, and so on, but in practice the order doesn't matter. You can also use other elements but we'll come to them later.

    If the workspace stays red, then you do not have the correct four elements in the workspace! Also notice that when the workspace is red the Enabled? option in the Email Properties box is greyed out.

  • 6. We now need to add entries to each of these four boxes. Unlike the Form Design workspace where the boxes are left empty, in Email Setup they must be completed.

    The preceding screenshot shows a completed Email Setup. Notice that the To and From Email boxes have valid e-mail addresses in them. If they are not valid the e-mail will fail — ChronoForms does not check these, it's up to you to get them right.

    Note

    We will use as a generic domain throughout this book. You will need to replace this with the domain of your site as appropriate.

    In the Subject and From Name boxes you can add any text string that you like, provided that it's not too long (the box will accept characters, but a practical limit is around 50).

    While you can put any valid e-mail address that you like in the From Email box, we strongly recommend that you use an address that has the same domain as your website. Many ISPs check e-mails being sent to make sure that the domains match. If they do not then the e-mail may be flagged as spam, or just dropped.

    Note

    We have used in the To box and in the From Email box. It should be possible to use the same e-mail address in both boxes but we have seen a few cases where e-mails with identical To and From Email addresses have not been delivered.

  • 7. To finalize the Email Setup there are a few more small things to do.

    Set the Enabled? drop-down to Yes, and then click Apply to save the Email Setup.

    Then click the "floppy disk" icon above the workspace to save the form again.

    When you click the "save" icon you will be asked the name of the form that you want to save. This field defaults to the name of the form that you were currently editing, but if you wanted to save a new form, you could change the name of the form in the input box. We will just leave the form name that we are editing and update this form.

  • 8. Back in the Forms Manager you can see that the Emails column has changed and now has an entry that says Enabled:0 / Disabled

  • 9. So we have our e-mail setup but it is still disabled. To enable e-mails we need to open the form for editing not in the Wizard Editor but in the standard ChronoForms Editor. To do this click the newsletter_signup link (over to the left in the image):

  • There are a lot of tabs here and many settings options, but we only need to change one. On the General tab find Email the Results? and change the setting to Yes.

  • Now click the Save icon (the floppy disk) to the top right of the screen to save the Forms configuration.

    Note

    This option turns "all" e-mails on or off, while the setting in the Email Setup

    We're Here to Help

    This procedure describes how to set up a simple form using mostly text fields using ChronoForms version 5.


    Getting Started: Creating a new form

    • Log into the Joomla! administrator page for your web site
    • Click on Components > ChronoForms5:

      Components: ChronoForms5

    • Ignore the message "Your ChronoForms installation on sprers.eu is NOT validated."  Chronoforms will still work.
    • Click the New Simple button at the top: ChronoForms: New Simple button
    • For Form name, enter a short name for your form (see #1 below).  The form name should not have any spaces or special characters (other than dashes and underscores).
    • For Form description, enter a description of your form. Spaces and special characters are allowed (see #2 below). Important: although this field looks optional, it is necessary to complete it; otherwise, the form may not work.
    • Change Published to "No"; it will be published later (see #3 below).
    • Click Save to the upper right (see #4 below).

     Chronoforms: New Form, "General" tab

    Adding form fields for text

    • Click on the Designer tab (see #5 above).
    • For each field in your form, drag one of the long blue buttons under Basic (see #1 below) to the light blue designer area under Widgets (see #2 below). 
      • Drag the Text Box button for a short text field (such as First Name, Last Name, Phone Number, or Email Address) - see #3 below.
      • Drag the TextArea Box for a longer field, such as a personal statement or comments field (see #4 below).

    Chronoforms: Simple Form Designer ("Designer" tab)

    • After you drag the buttons to the blue area, click the blue Edit button (see #5 above) for each field and modify the values as follows:
      • Field Name = This should be unique and have no spaces (see #1 below).
      • Label = Enter the name of the field as it should appear on the form itself.  For example, "Last Name" for last name (see #2 below).
      • Sub Label = This is optional.  You can add instructions here, or just leave it blank (see #3 below).


    Chronoforms: Edit Element Settings

    • If you want the form field to be required, or to follow a special format, click the Validation tab (see #4 above). Some of the commonly used options are:
      • Required = change to "Yes" if the field is required (see #1 below).
      • Email = change to "Yes" for an email field (see #2 below).
      • Phone = change to "Yes" for a phone field.
      • Int. phone = change to "Yes" for an international phone field.
    • When done editing the field, click Save and Close to the lower right (see #3 below):


    Chronoforms: Edit Element Settings - Validation

    • After adding each field, click Save to the upper right to save your work on the form: Chronoforms 5: Save button

    Creating a checkbox with multiple options

    • Drag Checkbox Group from the Basic area to the light blue designer area below Widgets (see #1 below).
    • Click Edit for the new Checkbox Group field (see #2 below):


    Chronoforms: Checkbox Group

    • Modify the options in the Edit element settings popup window as needed:
      • Field Name = This should be unique and have no spaces (see #1 below).
      • Options: This is where the checkbox options are set (see #2 below).
        • The value before the "=" should be short; for example, just the course number of a course
        • The value after the "=" can be longer; for example, the full name of the course
        • You can create a many options for the checkbox as needed; start each option on a new line
      • Label: Enter the name of the field as it should appear on the form itself.
    • When done editing the field, click Save and Close to the lower right (see #3 below).


    Chronoforms: Checkbox Group - Edit element settings

    Manipulating your form fields

    You can copy, move, or delete form fields as follows:

    • To copy an existing field to create a new field, click the Copy button for that field (see #1 below), then click the Paste button above and to the right of the list of fields (see #2 below).
    • To move a field, click and hold the Drag button for that field, move the field to the location in the light blue designer area where it should appear, and release the mouse button (see #3 below).
    • To delete a field, click the field's Delete button (see #4 below):

    Chronoforms: Manipulating your form fields 

    Adding a "Submit" button

    The last field in your form should be a Submit button:

    • Click and drag the Submit Button blue bar (see #1 below) from the Basic area to the light blue designer area under Widgets.
    • The Submit button should appear as the last field in the designer area (see #2 below):

    Chronoforms: Adding a "Submit" button

     

    Publishing your form

    If you are ready to publish your form, please do the following:

    • Click the General button to the upper left of the form (see #1 below).
    • Change the Enabled dropdown selection to "Yes" (see #2 below):

    Chronoforms: Publish Form

    Saving your form

    When you are done adding all your fields, click "Save and Close" to the upper right: Chronoforms 5: Save and Close button

    What's next?

    Then, you can configure your form to email the data to one or more people.

    You can also configure your form to save information to a database.

    Once you configure your form to email and/or save data, you can embed it within an article.

    Properties if you don't want it.

  • Congratulations! Now you have a working form that carries out an action when it is submitted. My guess is that around half of all web forms work just like this, though maybe with a few more fields.