Sometimes you need to compare field values while submitting an entry or proceeding to the next page. Most often this applies to checking whether the “Email address” and “Confirm email address” values are identical.
It is very easy to set up such validation.
Just add the file in the file tree in the Design tab, as shown below.
When a file needs to be added to a form, e.g.:
use the “File upload” field and its extensive configuration options.
When you create a lot of forms, at one point you realise that a new form is very much like another that you’ve created before. The same fields, selection lists and T&C confirmation boxes keep popping up in your various forms.
To add a nonstandard font that is not included on the web safe list you can use the Google Web Fonts service.
Today we’ll look at the jQuery library and its implementation in an AF form.
Sometimes an unusual font is necessary—one that is not included on the web safe font list.
All you need are the corresponding font files (eot, ttf, woff) and ActiveForms.
A key element while creating landing pages is a button that submits data efficiently—the so‑called Call To Action Button.There is a lot of information out there about designing good buttons. Just a simple change of the label can go a long way, as evidenced here. Strong visual accents often emphasize the button leaving no room for users’ uncertainty. How do you make such a button in ActiveForms?
There is a simple, basic principle when creating forms: they have to be as short as possible. Each additional field can only lower the conversion ratio or the percentage of people who make it to the end of the entry. That is why you need to hide all fields your specific user doesn’t need.
Substituting the logo is the easiest and fastest way to customise a form for your website. How do you make your logo appear on a form? With the following 6 steps that take 3 minutes to complete.