If you have had one or more forms made by your designer, you can place these forms in the website pages via Gnap yourself. Working with forms in the page is becoming increasingly important. For example, forms play an important role in the findability of your website and the 'call to action' (reaction possibilities of visitors to your website).
Post form from Gnap
If you want to add a form to your pages, you can do this through Gnap. Go to the page where you want to add the form and position the cursor where you want it. Then choose the 'Insert content' icon (the leaf with the arrow). There you can choose 'form'. NB! Choose form and not 'reaction form', otherwise you will place the basic reaction form in the page.
The forms app gives you the option to use five forms. If you have had several forms made by your graphic designer, you can choose one of the available forms here.
TIP: When you place a form in the page of your website, it is nice if the form has the same color as the background of your website. Isn't this the case? Please contact your designer to have this adjusted.
Then set the desired height and width of the form. If you do not make a choice, it will be set automatically, which ensures that the form is displayed over the entire width of the column/page. If you find this too wide, you can also choose the desired number of pixels (wide) here. If you also leave the height on 'automatic', it is determined on the basis of the length of the form.
Then click on 'continue' and the form will be placed directly at the place where you stood with the cursor by means of a 'taggie'. Depending on your choices, this taggie will look like this:
Watch our video explanation
The video explanation below shows you how to place a form on a page.