To create a webform for gathering information from the user, go to the Content > Add Content > Webform.

To edit a webform, you may find a list of webforms under Content > Webforms

Title
This is the title of the page, which appears at the top of the page and in the banner image.

Banner
This is the banner image that appears above the content. The image will be automatically scaled and cropped to 900 x 350 pixels.

Body
This is the content that will appear above the form. Once these fields are complete, click save to proceed to creating the actual form.
View instructions for the WYSIWYG editor

Menu Settings
To add a page to the navigation, first make sure to check the box towards the bottom of the page labeled Provide a menu link. If you wish for the page to appear on the main menu, leave Parent Item drop down to read  “<main menu>.” If you would like for the page to be nested under an existing navigation option, select that Item in this drop down menu.
View Editing the Menu

Page Title Settings
The Page title is the text that appears at the top of the browser window. Place keywords associated with the page here for improved search engine optimization.

Save
Click Save to save your work, but not to publish it for public view. To cancel any work you have done in the edit screen, navigate away from the edit page to anywhere else on the site without hitting the Save button.

Webform Settings

Form Components
Webform settings are accessed from the webform tab. 

Use the drop down menus to specify the type of fields that will appear on the form. When adding different form elements, select from the Type dropdown menu the best suited content type for that particular element.

  • E-mail: If you wish to have a line on the form to request the user's email address select E-mail from the dropdown. 
  • Textfield: If you wish to gather information that will likely be contained to one line of text, select Textfield from the Type dropdown.
  • Textarea: If you wish to collect a large area of text such as "comments", "questions", or other text heavy items, you would want to select Textarea from the Type dropdown.

Checking the Mandatory box will require the user to provide information for this component in order to submit the form.

After clicking Add, you will have to give the component a Label. The Label is what the user will see next to the related field on the live site. Once all of the desired components have been added to your form, click Save.

Emails
Designate which e-mail addresses will receive the results of the form entering email addresses here. Multiple email addressses can be input here by comma separating each address. After adding the emails, click Save to proceed to the next page. From here, scroll down to the bottom of the Edit e-mail settings page and click Save e-mail settings

Form settings
This is the area to designate a confirmation message that will appear once the form has been submitted.

Retrieving Form Results

To retrieve the form results via the website, navigate to the page on the site where the form is located (ie the Contact page) and click on the Results tab.

  • Submissions: This is a list of all email submissions and the date they were submitted. Individual form contents can be viewed by clicking the view link next to the desired form entry
  • Analysis: This allows you to see a breakdown of the forms in relation to individual fields and how they were interacted with by users.
  • Table: This allows you to see a table containing all of the information submitted to every form.
  • Download: This allows you to download all of the information submitted to the form in a plain text document or Microsoft Excel document.
  • Clear: This option will clear all form results from the database. This option cannot be undone.