Each widget has a configuration panel that allows you to customize everything from what field will be described in that widget to the widget height, width, border, title, label positioning or text alignment. The four available widgets also have specific customization options.

Edit Widget

Chart. This widget generates a chart for one of the form fields. It can be: a pie chart, vertical bars, horizontal bars or line (Chart Type option). Select the field that will be described by this chart in the dropdown list Control.

Data Table. This widget inserts a table with the form submissions received.

Number. The number widget can display the submission count for your form (DataForm Stats, Select Field TypeSubmissions) or information from a Number field in your form (DataField, Select Numeric Field → your preferred field). In the latter case, you can choose to display the total count, the minimum, maximum, avarage or several other possibilities. This widget allows for selecting the text and background colors.

Text. Using the text widget, you can insert text or other elements, in a What You See Is What You Get editor. Click on Edit HTML Block and insert the content.

You can adjust widget positioning the same way you do with form fields in the Form Editor: drag & drop them in the main view. To delete or duplicate a widget, click on it and use the two controls in the top-right corner.


does www.123contactform.compatible in wordpress widgets and php?

February 09, 2015 07:19
    Olivian Stoica

    Hello Mathew!

    Use the 123ContactForm plugin for WordPress to embed your online forms on WordPress. Follow our documentation here for information on how to install and use it.

    Regarding PHP, read more on our landing page: http://www.123contactform.com/php-form.html.

    If you have more questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Support Team at support@www.123contactform.com

    They will gladly help.


    February 09, 2015 10:39

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