These components are used to build online forms. By combining these built-in form components, you can create a wide variety of forms to meet most basic needs.
Learn more about forms in Advanced Topics.
Keep your forms on regular webpages. Building them in shared content can interfere with normal functionality, such as validation.
For example, if you build your form by copying a component (e.g. to add a second Text Field), be sure to change the ID.
Forms should be intuitively organized with headings, clearly marked required fields and clear instructions about what information is desired.
Forms must also be usable for people using screen readers or tabbing using a keyboard. This includes providing a clear label for each field.
Much of this functionality is already built into our UBCMS components and Formstack forms, but be careful not to circumvent these settings.
Do not use the default Other in a dropdown list with the additional text field - both will be labeled the same id. Instead use a separate and clearly labeled "other" text field.
Do not use the built in date picker. Instead provide separate day, month, and year fields.
Add the Form Container to a page first, configure it, and then add other form components. Be sure to place all the components between the Start and End sections.
These provide the various fields you will use to fill out your form.