Changing an Element's Properties
Displaying your Web Form to Visitors
The Web Form Editor lets you drag-and-drop HTML5 elements anywhere on a WYSIWYG ("what you see is what you get") canvas, and the program generates the code for you. You don't have to enter a single line of code.
Your Web Form appears on your public profile. When a visitor completes your form, their submission is emailed to you,
with their City, State, Zip Code, and IP Address.
The HTML5 Online Editor is similar to Microsoft Visual Studio. When you place an element on the canvas, you don't have to enter the X and Y coordinates; the program does that for you.
The following features have been included:
The following instructions will demonstrate the features in less than five minutes:
Changing an Element's Properties:
Clicking an element will cause it to be Selected (it will have a wider border). When an element is selected, you may edit its properties:
You must click [Apply Changes] for the edits to take effect.
To add an element to a Group, Ctrl-Click any element on the canvas (except the Selected element). That element will then have a red border. To remove an element from the Group, Ctrl-Click it again.
You may Move a Group of elements as a cohesive unit, by dragging the Selected element.
To Align a Group of elements to the Selected element, click the following two buttons:
Displaying your Web Form to Visitors:
Remember to click [Save] after modifying your Web Form.
On the left side of the screen, the textbox under 'This URL will display your Web Form' contains the URL that will display your Web Form. You should give this URL to anyone that you want to complete your Web Form, and you should place this link on your other websites.
Any visitor may also display your Web Form by clicking the [Web Form] tab on your public profile.
If the visitor clicks a Button on your Web Form, all the Input entries will be emailed to you; along with the visitor's City, State, Zip Code, and IP Address.
For example, if you added two Input Elements and a Button to your Web Form, then the visitor would have to enter something into both textboxes before they could Submit the Form, and both Input entries would then be emailed to you.