Are you looking to launch a new website?
Not sure where to start?
Or looking for some creative inspiration before you dig in?
Check out this article about 15 Addicting Web Design Guides To Get You Hooked.
Sooner or later, after you dig in, you’ll likely reach a point that you want to collect data on your static website. Maybe it’s a lead collection form or a registration form or even an order form. When you reach this point, you’ll learn that creating a form is relatively easy. You can learn most of what you need to know from w3schools.
However, things get a little more difficult when you start working on how to collect data from the form. Do you want the form submission to trigger an email, store data in the could or push data to another system? There are all kinds things you might want to do with a completed webform.
Luckily, FormKeep makes it easy to connect the webforms you create with a hosted database in the cloud to store your data (a form backend) and, even, connect that data to thousands of applications via Zapier.
All you need to do is update the
action attribute. Your
form tag should look like this:
<form accept-charset="UTF-8" action="https://formkeep.com/f/your-token-here" method="POST">
Dive right in on your projects and if you have any questions about how to store data from your webforms, contact us at https://www.formkeep.com