Check out this blog recently published by Abhishek Jakhar. This detailed blog is full of information about how to get your HTML form up and running!
There are detailed code examples covering a broad range of form topics.
You can read the blog directly by clicking here.
And, don’t forget, once you’ve built your form, you’ll need to connect it to a backend to begin collecting data. If you don’t want to host your own server or tap into your Node, Python, Ruby or PHP skills, you can easily connect any HTML form to a cloud backend using FormKeep. What’s more, once your form is connected to FormKeep, it’s easy to store, secure and connect your data with 1000s of other systems via Zapier.
All you need to do is update the
action attribute. Your
form tag should look like this paying careful attention to update the underlined area of the highlighted URL with the token provided to you within FormKeep (Trial or Paid account):
<form accept-charset="UTF-8" action="https://formkeep.com/f/exampletoken" method="POST">
If you would like any help hooking up your form to FormKeep, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.