Each form contains at least 3 pages: 1 "Form Page", the "Success Page" and the "Error Page".
All form pages and the result pages (success and error) will be created by the same (single) .php file.
The form can contain multiple page, e.g.
- Form Page 1
- Form Page 2
- Form Page 3
The user can navigate through the pages by using the back
and forward-buttons. Each page must contain at least
one forward-button and the
last form page (e.g. Page 3) must contain a submit-button.
Click on the "Form Elements" -> "Button (Naviation and Submit)" to add a button to the current form page.
- How to add a Form Page:
Click on "Add Form Page".
- How to move a Form Page:
Select the "Form Page" and click on "Move Up" or "Move Down".
- How to delete a Form Page:
Select the "Form Page" and click on "Remove".
The Success Page will be shown after the user has submitted the form and the email was sent successfully. The Success Page can contain STATIC form elements only no INPUT form elements! (The form content was already processed before the page will be shown)
The Error Page will be shown if the form input was verified but the program could not send the email because the sendmail function failed. This can happen, e.g. if your web server does not allow to send messages using sendmail or if no default sender email address was specified on the webserver. The Error Page can contain STATIC form elements only no INPUT form elements! (The form content was already processed before the page will be shown)