We are happy to introduce live, instant validation - performing just after entering data.
When a file needs to be added to a form, e.g.:
use the “File upload” field and its extensive configuration options.
Have you noticed significant differences in your layout, especially in MSIE 7 and 8? Does nothing help while the browser doesn’t respond to the simplest CSS entries?
Today we’ll look at the jQuery library and its implementation in an AF form.
Submitted forms often require printing, signing and posting or filing them somewhere. To make sure a printout looks as it should and meets your criteria, you need to establish its appearance. Printout templating is the way to go.
ActiveForms are usually part of larger websites. The main question at the implementation stage is how to embed forms?
Version 4.2 of ActiveForms introduced a new form component type—the Confirmation Component. It is used to present the values of form fields filled in on previous pages.
With long, multi-page forms the folding of which can have serious consequences (a product purchase or an official statement), users should be able to verify data before submitting them. That is when you place a Confirmation Component on the last page.
Last night, we upgraded ActiveForms to version 4.2. There are numerous changes and improvements across the user interface. We hope you like them.
Today’s upgrade to version 4.0 has brought the Feedback tab on the administration panel. It was designed for you, ActiveForms users, so you can send us, the creators, ideas for modifications, patches and system development. Click the tab to display this pane.