Sunday, March 17, 2013

create an online business, plan your form

each business will have to interact with users.
the best way to interact with users is by creating customized web forms, to collect the data and to analyze it.
the process of creating a business require a plan, a business plan.
if your business requires web forms, the best way to start is with a plan.
1- analyze your business
2-analyze your needs
3-analyze your customer.
prepare a business plan that will work for the best of your business.
we got many kinds of business forms, you can create your online business forms with just few clicks away...

Thursday, August 2, 2012

make a form that suits your website

when you use readymade form components or certain form builders you usually get standard looking forms. The layout is fixed, they have a white background and don’t always fit your site.
If you want make a form that suits your website you will either have to have it tailor made for you by a programmer and designer or make it yourself using a form builder like FormLogix, which will enable you to design it as you wish and suit your website as much as possible.
With this form builder you can make a form in which you can control the form background ( any color, or transparent), you can change the font style, add borders and images and place all the elements wherever you like.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

On line forms generator

The on line forms generator is a tool designed to create on line forms. It is a simple, user friendly form maker that allows you to add unlimited number of elements in your form, place your element where you like, create your own form layout, choose the font styles and background color. The on line forms generator doesn’t require any programming skills. When you design the on line forms in the editor screen a database is built for you behind the scenes. You don't need to know a single line of code!  It does everything for you.
Since the on line forms generator is designed to help you create the forms, it is really simple to operate: using a drag and drop motion you can add elements to the form. You can then drag them wherever you like, move them until you are satisfied. The elements movement is really flexible; you are not restricted to rows/columns/specific layout – you can move them anywhere, making the design options endless.
Once someone enters data in your on line forms the information is collected and stored in a database on our server. You can then login and view or edit the data if you wish.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Create web forms for feedback

Web forms are forms designed to collect data on line. The feedback form is a classic kind of web form. If you own a web site or blog and want users opinions about certain things the best thing would be to create web forms for feedback.

In order to create web forms for feedback yourself you will need to use the FormLogix web form builder. All you will need to do is  login and create the web forms: add input elements to the form, place them in the form change styles and once everything is in place you need to publish the form. Publishing means generating a code you can copy and paste in your website or blog. Once you paste the code in your webpage your form will appear and be ready for use.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Creating a conditional feedback form

The basic form builder consists of 2 work modes: the ‘pool’ and the ‘flow’. The pool is the heart of the basic form and may be used exclusively, skipping the flow process altogether.

If you wish to create a conditional feedbacl form you will need to use the 'Flow', it will allows you to change the default order of questions, determined in the pool. Using the flow you will be able to create a form that changes dynamiclly according to the form filler's answers.
Following are steps for Creating the form’s flow:

Following are steps to create a conditional feedback form:
1- After completing to create the pool - press on the ‘Flow’ work mode button to enter the Flow.
2- Start creating the flow - in the form of a tree. Press on the ‘Add a Question’ icon to choose questions from the flow and add them to your flow one by one.
You can determine their order using the ‘move up’ and ‘move down’ icons in the toolbar.
3- You can also add groups of questions to your flow by pressing on the ‘add a group’ icon. You may also determine after what question the group will be displayed using the ‘move up’ and ‘move down’ icons.
(Notice that the group question may not be separated – they will appear as a batch).
4- You can turn the form into a conditional form by placing questions/groups under multiple question answer options.
For instance : if you have a multiple question ‘what is your gender?’ which has 2 option (male, female) you can select the ‘male option’ and add a question after it (for instance, ‘do you like to drive?’) . You can also choose the ‘female’ option and place a different question under it (for example, ‘do you like shopping?’).
This way you can add many conditions to your form.
5- If you wish to add an 'end form' sign after one or several questions in the flow, you can do so by selecting the question and pressing on the ‘end form’ icon ('stop'). (for example, if you wish to collect only men’s data, you can add an ‘end form’ sign after the ‘female’ option. This will make sure that when a woman is filling in the form it will reach the finish line once she fills in that she is a ‘female’. )

Basic Form - Display as single group

The 'display as single group' is a new feature of the basic online form builder. Once you create a pool of questions and publish the form it will automatically, by default, be displayed continuously: each question or group at a time. This new feature will allow you to display your form in one list of questions, on one page (with a scroll if needed).Please note that this feature may not be used when you want to create a conditional form, because the flow of the form is dynamic and depends upon the form fillers answers.

Monday, July 9, 2012

Creating a basic feedback form

In its last versions FormLogix has provided the ability to create a basic feedback form.
It now offers 2 kinds of form builders to choose from: The first is the WYSIWYG drag & drop form builder which is already familiar to us. The second is a new Basic Form Builder. This new tool is great for those who wish to create forms quickly and easily and are not so interested in customization or flexible design.

Following are steps to create a basic feedback form:
1- Enter the 'basic form builder' (create new form> basic)
2- Enter a form name in the 'form settings'.
3- Start creating the form's question pool: Press on the 'Add Question' icon and enter your first question. (for example: question text: name, question type: textbox).
4- Enter your second question (for example: question text:feedback, question type: listbox, answer options: satisfaction, complaint, question, other ).
5- Enter your third question (for example: question text:email address, question type: email)
6- save your form.
7- publish your form.