General Settings

General Settings

The Global General Settings allow you to tweak all forms on your site from one place, instead of tweaking them individually. Available Global General Settings are…

Form Style

Select the visual style of your forms from the dropdown list. Classic applies a set neutral tone to the form which looks pleasing with all kinds of WordPress themes. Match My Theme will let forms pick visual elements automatically from your active WordPress theme. When Match My Theme is selected, you can also override the design of individual forms from inside the Form Dashboard >> Build >> Design.

Layout

Select the position of field labels and columns for your forms. Available layouts are…

  1. Label left: This will set the label to the left and the field to its right. The most common layout used for form on the web. This layout is also selected by default.
  2. Label top: This will set the label on the top and the field at the bottom. This layout will work better with themes that offer narrower content area.
  3. Two columns: This will set the form layout to have two columns. Labels will be on top and fields at the bottom. This layout will work better with themes that offer wide content area.

Allowed File Types

Set restriction on the type of files that can be allowed to be attached to your File type fields. You will need to define extensions of the file types in this field. For multiple extensions, separate the extensions names using the pipe “|” symbol. Like this…

jpg | jpeg | png | gif | doc | pdf | docx | txt

Allow Uploading Multiple Files

Enabling this option will allow users to attach multiple files to single file fields in your forms.

Hide WordPress Admin Bar

Enable this option to hide the WordPress admin bar on top of the screen for users that are already logged in.

Show Form Limits above the Form?

Enable this option to show form filling status above the form when Limits are turned on for it. For example, “2 OUT OF 50 FILLED” for registration based limit, or “2 DAYS TO GO” for time based limit.

Default Registration Page

Select a page to which users will automatically be redirected when clicking on the “Register” links on your site. To have this feature work properly, make sure that you have a registration form inserted inside the page selected from this field.

After Login Redirect User to

Select a page to which users will automatically be redirected after successfully logging in to your site. Select the option WP Dashboard to redirect all users to the WordPress Dashboard instead of any specific page.

Always redirect admin users to dashboard

Not available if After Login Redirect User to is set to WP Dashboard

Enable this option to have administrator level users always be redirected to the WordPress Dashboard after login, irrespective of whether a page is selected from the After Login Redirect User to setting.

After Logout Redirect User to

Select a page to which users will automatically be redirected after successfully logging out from your site.

Add an image file from here to brand form submission PDFs with your own business logo. All image file formats are supported.

Logo Text

Add a line of text under your logo on form submissions’ PDF headers. The text will be added just below the logo on form submission PDFs. You can use this text as a note, or part of your branding.

Submission Badge count on Form Card

Set a criterion on the basis of which number of form submissions will be visible in the form cards at the All Forms screen. The Submission Badge is the number at the top right corner on a form card.

Show Asterisk on Required Fields

Enable this option to a display the red Asterisk (*) sign on the top right side of a field label, giving a visual indication that it a required field and must be filled in before submitting the form. A red Asterisk is a common sign used widely on web forms to indicate required fields.