From the Website Portal, navigate to Content > Web Forms.
Locate the Web Form you want to edit in the list view and click the name hyperlink or the edit icon in the actions column.
The Settings tab is where you edit the basic information about a Web Form.
The next few features will be available in the production release of BlueberryCMS:
After a user has submitted a form, Use Workflow will be able to kickstart a BlueberryCMS Workflow.
The Secure Zone field will allow you to create forms that relate to access Secure Zones or special areas of your website that require membership or the purchase of secure content.
Create Sales Opportunity creates both a Marketing Contact and a Sales Opportunity for that Contact after the form has been submitted.
Confirmation Page is the page your users are taken to after they successfully submit a form. This will use the default system page.
Enable CAPTCHA requires the CAPTCHA challenge/response field to be completed before the user submits the form.
Next on the Fields tab is where you add the many different form fields for the information you want to collect from the visitor. Every Web Form must contain these three fields: first name; last name; email address, so they are added by default. Simply select a Field category on the left, and click on any item to have it automatically added to the form.
The Autoresponder feature allows the person who filled out the form to receive an email confirmation that you can customize under this tab.
The Customize tab allows you to view and modify the HTML of the form you're creating. Feel free to use this to make advanced changes to your form. You can switch to Code View to see all the markup for your form.
Once your finished click the Save button or click the Cancel button to discard your changes.