Forms are input-based components which are designed to collect users' data. (Subscribe, contact…).
The Form is a Container that will contain other sub-elements like text-input, texture ….
When a form is submitted by the user, it will create an email with all the fields values that will be sent to an administrator.
For the WebApps, the form can also call an external API, this is not yet implemented for WebSites, but will be implemented in the next version.
Style Inline : In an inline form, all of the elements are inline, left-aligned, and the labels are alongside.
Style Flat : Forms elements will be displayed without rounded corners.
Recipient email : The email address that will receive the user’s form contents.
Confirmation Page : The page that will be shown once the user submitted the form. (Optional, if no page is defined, a confirmation message will popup)
A single line text input with subtype(text, email, password….)
Simple Text input
A Date Selector with Calendar
User Forms implement the right to left (rtl) layout. Every field can be set to RTL or LTR individually, and will inherit by default from the global site alignment mode. Example with an Input with Right to Left support:
For more information, you can read the Forms Bootstrap Documentation at