Customizing Web Forms
You can customize web forms to fit the look and feel of your brand and configure how they get embedded into your website or application. In this article, we'll discuss the options available.
At the application level, you can configure how all of your web forms will look, including such settings as fonts, colors and images. To begin, just open any existing application or click on the Overview icon on the left menubar, then navigate to Settings.
Web Form Settings
On the Customize tab of your web forms, you can configure how your form will look when embedded into a website, blog or other application. To begin, click on the Customize tab in the top navigation. This will bring you to the in-context editor.
Within the editor, you can make adjustments in the left pane and see your changes displayed in real time in the righthand pane as shown below.
First, you can assign your in-context window a label and a title. If you're using either of the tab layouts, the label will be the text that appears on the tab, while the title will be used for the title of the window itself.
Next, you can choose how you'd like your form to be displayed. Qrvey offers several different embed types including slide-out tabs, dialog boxes and direct embed options. Feel free to try them all and experience how they work in the righthand pane.
Finally, you can choose the trigger time, or how long you'd like to wait before displaying your form to respondents.
Additional Options for Forms
Forms have a few specific options all to their own that can be found in the Online View tab inside of Customize. You have the option of displaying your form in one or two columns and the ability to display labels on either the top or to the right of the field itself.
Custom Thank You Pages
When a respondent submits a form or survey, Qrvey will display a simple "Thank You" page to let them know their response was received. This page can be customized to include the title and text of your choosing as well as a link to your website, blog or the next step the user should take. To learn more about adding a custom thank you page, see our Survey or Forms 101 article.