In this article, we will be going over the Developer Settings that can be found under Edit Form Settings:
Form System Name
Here, the form's system name can be specified. Make sure to use no spaces and only input underscores and alphanumeric characters.
Input Field Settings
Field Label Position
Here, the form's label position can be specified:
The front-end view when Labels Above Inputs is selected:
The front-end view when Labels Left of Inputs option is selected:
Use Field Label as Placeholder Text?
If enabled, field labels will display as placeholder texts:
<input> Field CSS Classes
Here, CSS classes that will apply to all input fields can be entered
Additional form settings can be found when scrolled down under Developer Settings:
<form> Assing Unique ID
In this section, a unique ID to the selected form can be entered. This will be applied to the <form> element:
<form> CSS Classes
In this section, multiple CSS classes can be applied to the <form> element directly:
<form> Inline Styles
Inline styles that will apply to the <form> element can be added directly here:
Save Action URL
In this section, the default action= attribute of the form can be modified.
ID to Replace After Form Submitted
In this section, a Target ID that will be replaced when the form is submitted can be specified. Please keep in mind that this will only work when "Display Success Pop-Up Message" is enabled under Edit Form Settings >> Submission Settings
Additional database settings can be found when scrolled down under Developer Settings:
What Database Table Should Submissions Post To?
This option will specify which table in the database the information will be saved after the form submission. Only modify if familiar with database tables.
In this section, a unique field identifier can be specified for the database table selected above.