Robust Webform
Here is an example webform using all basic component types


Put content here that you want to be seen on each page of the webform (if using page breaks). To see how this webform is configured, click the flyout menu and select Configure Webform.

This webform goes through all basic component types. Each component type has multiple options that can change how the component displays and functions. For in depth explanations of each type, read the knowledge base article titled Webforms: creating, customizing and using. This article also covers other webform settings such as sending submission/confirmation emails, subscribing users to email lists, form behavior, and how to view/download results.

For advanced information on webform validation rules like adding a maximum number of words to a textarea, read the article titled Webform validation (advanced).

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Try as you might, you won’t be able to add more than 4 characters in the above textfield.
Descriptions display underneath textfields and textareas.

If you need to add text in the middle of a webform, use the markup component. This can be used to further explain the next section of the webform, or include more text than you would add to a component label. You can also add hyperlinks, images, tables, and format the text differently.

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Congratulations on making it to the end of this webform! For more information on webforms, visit the knowledge base.

Want more webform fun? Learn how webforms integrate with Mailchimp and Paypal! And remember, when in doubt, submit a support ticket and the Digital Deployment team will be there to help!