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Putting Your Form on a Joomla Website

Got a Joomla site that needs a form? Planning to use the CoffeeCup Form Builder to create it? Prefer to contain it all within your own server rather than taking advantage of the S-Drive...

Regular Expression Examples

This is a list of more advanced regular expressions that can be used with the Regular Expression element in Web Form Builder 1.2+. Don't know what a regular expression is or how to use...

Regular Expressions in Web Form Builder

Web Form Builder 1.2 introduces the Reg. Expression element. This is a very versatile element that allows a wide range of custom uses, from an "Only Letters" field to an "eBay...

Responsive Form Themes

Web Form Builder is the first form program in the world to offer responsive designs. What's "responsive," you ask? A responsive web design is one that responds to the size of...

Responsive Themes: What are they?

You may be asking yourself what really is a Responsive theme and why do I need one? Well a responsive theme is a process of web design that allows a website designer to restructure a website at...

S-Drive Academy: Mailing Lists

An Effective Mailing List: The Bread & Butter of the Web (And with Web Form Builder and MailChimp, a lot of easy fun, too!) How do you gather contact information and engage...

S-Drive Academy: Using Web Forms to Interact and Learn

Sparked by an overwhelming amount of compliments, we decided to focus The Academy on something every website needs: web forms! So, here we go! First, we’ll talk about why they are so...

Saving Data Tab in Web Form Builder

With Web Form Builder, you have the ability to log your form results into a CSV (coma seperated value) file as well as a MySQL database (SQL not supported).     Save to a...

Setting Up an S-Drive Account in Web Form Builder

The easiest way to get your form online is by entering your CoffeeCup account information in the Form Publishing tab of the Settings menu. Trust us, it literally takes seconds to set up and...

Setting Up Payments in Web Form Builder

You can accept payments via forms made in Web Form Builder by configuring a payment provider. To do so, click the Settings toolbar icon and choose the Payment tab. To enable payment options...

The HTML Element in Web Form Builder

The HTML element in Web Form Builder allows you to enter practically any HTML code you wish to include in your form. This means that you can include HTML content, in-line CSS styling, and...

The Payments Property in Web Form Builder

You can accept payments in Web Form Builder by enabling the form payments option. You can then configure certain form elements as payment fields. To enable form payments, click the Settings...

Understanding ReCAPTCHA in Web Form Builder

Web Form Builder comes with a built-in security system if you choose to use it: "I am not a robot" or a reCAPTCHA box. You've seen them on the web before, and likely used a few of these...

Understanding S-Drive Form Stats

Publishing forms built in Web Form Builder to S-Drive is not only the easiest way to get your forms on the web, it's also the most fun way to do it. You don't have to touch any HTML code...

Use Web Form Builder to Create a Guest Book with Streams

Want a guestbook on your S-Drive Site? Here's how to use your Stream as a guest book powered by a form built in Web Form Builder. Create your form in Web Form Builder, including any...

Using Regular Expressions as CAPTCHA

This may seem hard at first because you are getting into uncharted territory with regular expressions. But once you see the process it really is not that tough. :)  Step 1:  Drag...

Web Form Builder Quick Start Guide

Web form Builder creates powerful forms in a drag-and-drop workspace that feels natural. Build any form you can dream up by choosing from 21 form elements and dozens of behind-the-scenes settings...

Web Form Builder Sample Test Form

Web Form Builder Lite only allows you to publish your form to S-Drive .  Exporting your form to your own server is only available with the registered version of the software. This...

What are the Server Requirements to use Web Form Builder?

Most people don't want to even worry about server requirements, because it can be complicated stuff. That's why so many people choose to use CoffeeCup S-Drive to host their forms....

What Email Address Does Web Form Builder Use?

In Web Form Builder's Email Notices tab, you can choose to receive a notification message (an email sent to you, the form creator) or an auto-response message (an email sent to the...

What not to do when using Dreamweaver and WFB

When exporting your form to a Dreamweaver project there are a few things that you need to know first. Your form is exported in a _exported folder which holds all your form...

What's the Difference Between the Classic and New Web Form Builder?

Our Flash-based Web Form Builder has been one of our most popular applications to date, but we completely redesigned it to make it take full advantage of HTML 5, the most recent standard in web...

Why Do Form Elements Look Different in Certain Browsers?

When you publish a form with Web Form Builder, not everyone will see the exact same results. This is just the nature of the web, as no two browsers (or even versions of a browser) render HTML and...