In the Form General Setting panel, you can configure properties that relate to the entire form. In Form Designer, you access the Form General Setting panel by clicking on the form name in the Form Outline Panel in the upper left corner, then choosing Form General Setting in the lower left corner.
Some form properties have a small icon in their Value column. Clicking it opens a window with tabs and fields where you can configure more details for this property.
The left column contains the names of each Property, and the right column contains the current Value of each property. You might need to scroll down within this panel to see all of the properties. To make a change, click in the Value column next to the Property that you need to change. Many of the Values require that you edit the text or making a selection from a drop-down list. Fore some properties, clicking this button will display a small window containing a number of details that you may configure.
Remember to save your changes.
|Form Name||The name of your form. It is only displayed internally.|
|Description||A description of your form. For internal use only. When you click on a form, this descriptive text is shown in the dashboard when you click on a form and is a convenient place to store information about this form like its intended audience and purpose.|
|Page Title||This is the text that will appear in the browser window title.|
|Heading||The text that the user sees above your form. Font and formatting settings may be changed in Themes & Styles or you can use the editor to insert custom HTML.|
|Sub Heading||The text that displays below the heading. Optional. Font and formatting settings may be changed in Themes & Styles or you can use the editor to insert custom HTML.|
|Footer||The text that the user sees at the bottom of your form. Font and formatting settings may be found in Themes & Styles or you can use the editor to insert custom HTML.|
|Responsive Settings||Configure settings to display this version on mobile devices. The form should be previewed in a new window, on a mobile device or in an emulator to see these settings applied.|
|Actions||The actions to take when a form is first loaded and displayed. These actions are different from actions associated with a button or link element.|
|Security||Edit the Security Options for this form. Displays the five-tabbed Form Security Settings window.|
|Google Analytics||Edit Google Analytics Event Tracking.|
|Form Analytics||Default is false. Change to true to record detailed usage information.|
|Affiliate & Referral Rewards||Default is "No Thank You". Select Referral Rewards or Affiliate Rewards to add a "Powered by Logiforms" link to the bottom of your form. When a user clicks the link and decides to open a new Logiforms account, you get paid cash or you get your next month free.|
|Language & Localization||Click to edit the Localization & Language Settings including time zone and language.
|Custom CSS||Enter your own custom CSS to override the styling of the entire form. Learn more in Custom CSS (Style Sheet).|
|Spinner||Upload your own custom spinner to use on this form. Spinners are used with dynamic data, remote validation, and they are shown when the form is submitted. If you need to customize the background color, you can create your own spinner at http://www.ajaxload.info.|
|Favorite Icon||Upload your own custom icon to use in the browser.|
|Show Loading Animation||Default is true. Animation is shown when the form loads. Change to false if you do not want to see animation.|
|Loading Title||Default is "Loading Application". Click to change the title text to display while the form loads.|
|Loading Text||Default is "Please wait." Click to change the descriptive text to display while the form loads.|
|Disable Cookies||Default is false. This option disables the creation of a serialized form cookie when a form is submitted. You should only change this setting if directed to do so by Logiforms support.|
|Geo Location Prompt||Default is false. This option prompts the user for permission to use their location.|
|Form Target||Advanced option. Leave blank if you are unsure. If you need the form to break out of a frame, use "_top", or specify the name of a frame you want to target.|