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"Your form could not be submitted for the following reason(s)"

It's a good idea to test your form to ensure it works properly before making it publicly available. That way you can catch errors like this one! If you submit your form and you get this...

A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly

When you try to publish or export your form using Web Form Builder, this alert may appear: Here's a quote from Microsoft that helps explain this error: " Because some...

Add Form Builder to Shopping Cart Creator for custom user information.

Have a form and want to add it to Shopping Cart Creator, no problem, we're here to help. Please note that the form will not submit with your cart, it will be a separate entity, so you may...

Add Web Form to Wordpress Blog

Have a WordPress Blog and wish to add your form to it? Don't panic, we're here to help, this article will walk you through a couple of scenarios our users have encountered. Using...

Add Your Form to a VSD Website

Ready to put your Web Form Builder form into your VSD website project? You've got three different options, depending on how you're planning to publish your form. Using the Publish...

Adding a form to Responsive Site Designer

Web form Builder is an amazingly powerful, responsive form creator. Create forms for registrations, surveys, purchasing and more. Now that you have created a totally cool responsive...

Chapter 10: Form Options

You might consider this tab to be full of “Global Properties.” The options within are very similar to those found in the Property tab, but they apply to the entire form. Here’s...

Chapter 11: Frequently Asked Questions

In an older version of Web Form Builder, I needed to put code between the tags of my webpage when manually exporting. Do I still need to do this? Nope. If you still have this code in your...

Chapter 12: Keyboard Shortcuts

You can perform the most commonly used functions in Web Form Builder using keyboard shortcuts. Below is a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts available in the program: File...

Chapter 1: Getting to know the Web Form Builder Workspace

Here’s a quick overview of the major features of the Web Form Builder workspace: Web Form Builder Workspace Numbered overview of WFB workspace: (1) The toolbar:...

Chapter 2: Designing a Form

Just a note before we get started: There are many different ways you can perform the functions we’ll explain in this tutorial. For example, to save your form—which you should often be doing....

Chapter 3: S-Drive Forms

CoffeeCup S-Drive is our take on web hosting. It features a set of integrated services that simplify the process of creating and maintaining your online presence. They provide just about...

Chapter 4: Settings, What Goes On Behind the Scenes

Your form looks great! Now you can set up what happens behind the scenes. To set these options, click the Settings button in the Toolbar to open the Form Settings window. General Settings...

Chapter 5: Theme Browser

Theme Browser Switching designs is incredibly easy using the Theme Browser . Just click the Themes toolbar button, choose a design that looks like it would work for your form, and watch your...

Chapter 6: Editing Confirm and Notification Emails

With the ever changing world of web design and ever growing mobile market, your form notifications need to be crisp and responsive. By making this change, you are allowing customers to access the...

Chapter 7: What to do with a Finished Form

Now that your form is ready for the public, you’ll want to explore your options for putting it on the web. You can publish to S-Drive by entering your CoffeeCup Account information, export...

Chapter 8: Elements

There are currently 19 elements that are available for your forms, split into three sections: Basic elements, Magical elements, and Static elements. Basic Elements These are the most typical...

Chapter 9: Properties

The Properties tab is as important as it gets. Without tweaking anything in this tab, it’s impossible to create a form that’s truly your own. This tab is where you’ll really...

Contact Lists in Web Form Builder

Good day to you, web form building enthusiast! Want to use a drop-down menu as a contact list? Notice that "Use as Contact List" checkbox under the Drop Down element? Let's take...

Creating a custom options list in Web Form Builder

Many of you may not know this, but there is a hidden feature in Web Form Builder that allows you to create your own custom options lists. These predefined lists are used for Checkboxes, Radio...

Digital Signature

Digital Signatures is easy to use and can be used to authenticate the identity of the sender of a message or the signer of a document. By following the steps outlined below you will be up and...

Displaying Your Form as a Pop-Up

Embedding a form in a webpage or linking directly to it on its own page are easy, traditional ways for people to use your web forms. But with the release of Web Form Builder 2.1, there is a third...

Editing a Custom Form Theme for OS X

So you want to create your own theme? Great! All you need to do is create a new theme, edit the default.css file until it's styled the way you like, and put all your referenced images in the...

Form Limits in the S-Drive Dashboard

Web Form Builder gives you all the tools to build powerful web forms with little to no design or HTML experience. S-Drive Forms gives you a home for those forms without needing your own web...

How can I publish a form to my own server?

Publishing your form to your own server is as easy as 1-2-3. To set this up, go to the File Menu > Export > Manual Server Setup . This will then generate all of your form files that...

How do I configure Web Form Builder for use with PayPal Sandbox?

If you want to use PayPal Sandbox with Web Form Builder, there is a small change that you will need to make to one of the PHP scripts.  Please note, this does not work if your form is hosted...

How do I make my Pop-Up form transparent?

Ever used the pop-up form function in Web Form Builder? It makes your form pop up over a webpage that it's emedded in. If you want that pop-up to be transparent, you need to make a few simple...

How to Add a Form to Your Page

So, you want to add your form to a web editor such as the Web Editor, HTML Editor, or Dreamweaver huh? Well, here are three options to help you on your way. Option1 :...

How to configure MailChimp

Mailing list support is without a doubt a snazzy and useful feature in Web Form Builder. When you set up a mailing list, you can use your form to collect information from people to be used on a...

How to Configure the "Show Element" Property

When people are filling out your forms, not every element needs to show. Sometimes an element needs to only pop up when some other property is selected. Or maybe you want an element to disappear...