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Creating Custom Form Page

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  1. mustafa
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    Hi folks,

    I need to create a custom form page (for example a basic sign-up page, a contact page or a simple registration page)

    I mean exactly the same with the feedback page in this website.
    http://www.sitefinity.com/about-us/contact-us/feedback.aspx

    There will be 4-5 input areas in this form.

    How can i do this in the simliest way in Sitefinity?
    Are there any control or a quick way of doing this in product?

    Thank you.
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello mustafa,

    The form is pretty simple.  You have two TextBox controls - one for the name and another for the Email. Each filed is validated by RequireFiieldValidator control. For the message area we use RadEditor control. Below you can add Captcha control to protect yourself against bots. Finally you have a submit button.

    Greetings,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. mustafa
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    Thanks for your reply but I think you misunderstand me.

    I actually now what i do in order to create a custom from by using text boxes :D

    What i wanted to mean is is there a control like a wizard or smt else in Sitefinity that can create custom form elements just by dragging and dropping.

    If you know Joomla there are such components that can enable you create custom forms on the backend. You can define each control and their properties on the admin panel.

    What ı want to learn is there such a module or service in Sitefinity that i can create custom form on the backend not by writing-coding custom controls manually.

    Am I clear ?
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi mustafa,

    Sitefinity itself is not a development environment, but you can use VisualStudio - Design mode and RadControls smart tag. Thus, you will save a lot of coding.

    Sincerely yours,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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