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Ataur Rahman
Ataur Rahman
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Multi-step forms & progress indicators  en

Author: Ataur Rahman
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Dear All,

I want to make Multi-step forms & progress indicators into my websit. How is it posoble? Please guide.

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Aleksej H.
Aleksej H.
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Hello.There are no such opportunities in the program.You may try to use some third-party service.

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Paul M.
Paul M.
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Hello Ataur,

To create a multi-step form in WebSite X5 you need to make use of the Separator and Description fields in the Contact Form Object:

https://help.websitex5.com/en/v2019.2/pro/index.html?ins_form_campi.htm

Firstly decide how many sections you wish to have in your multi-step form.  Insert a Separator between the fields in the form where you would like to place a break...  this will automatically insert the necessary 'Next' and 'Back' buttons at the foot of each section.

Place a Description field at the top of each 'section' in your form.  This will inform the user of their progress as they work their way through the form.  For example, "Step 1 of 4".

The contact form on my website was built using WebSite X5 Pro with no custom coding.  It shows a multi-step form (without progress descriptors, through personal choice).

Contact Paul M. - WebX5.Pro

Hope this helps, but I strongly recommend reading the WebSite X5 help file thoroughly.  The help file for WebSite X5 is very detailed and comprehensive.  There is even a feature dedicated exclusively to the Contact Form Object, which will guide you further on how to create a multi-step form (check out the section entitled 'How to create an online form using tabs'):

How to work with the Contact Form Object

Kind regards,

Paul

https://webx5.pro

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Aleksej H.
Aleksej H.
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"There are no such opportunities in the program." - I apologize. I was wrong.

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Esahc ..
Esahc ..
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If I had answered first, I would have been wrong too!!

Learnin' all the time :-)

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Paul M.
Paul M.
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Best User of the month EN

I am in the same club, gentlemen...  "Ancora Imparo"!  smile

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