is an explanation of all the different form fields available.
An entry field that allows visitors to freely type information. Text fields are
great for allowing visitors to type in more information that can help clarify
Similar to a Text field, but the field height is limited. String fields are
better used for collection First Name, Last Name, Address, City, etc.
A string field allows only numbers to be entered. Number fields are good when
you want to collect a number such as How Many Guest Will Be Attending, How Many
Down List: Presents the visitor with a pre-defined list to choose from where
only one option can be selected. Drop down list work great for collecting a
Source, Contact Type, Phone Type, Address Type, etc.
Choice: Give the visitor multiple answers to choose from. Multiple choice
fields are good in situations where you have a fewer options to choose from,
such as True/False or Yes/No.
Check Box: The check box allows visitors to check or uncheck an option. You can use the check box in situations where you have True/False or Yes/No options, or to give consent.
The date field allows visitors to enter a date in MM/DD/YYYY format. The date
field works well when you want collect information such as Best Date To Call,
Best Date To Meet, etc.
The time field allows visitors to enter a time in hh:mm am format. The time
field works well when you want to collect information such as Best Time To
Call, Best Time To Meet, etc.
Allows visitors to enter a phone number. The phone number field is important if
you want to collect a phone number to get back in touch with the visitor.
Collect a dollar amount from the visitor. Currency can be an important field if
you require to collect a dollar value from your visitors, such as Home Value,
Collect the visitors email address. Collecting the visitors email address
ensures that you can stay in touch with the customer or communicate with them