To create a form from scratch, open the Website module within the event that you’re creating this form for. Note that forms in Azavista are treated as regular content pages - therefore you will be able to create one in the Pages tab of the Website module. Here you will find an overview of all of the content pages that are created for this event.
Start off by clicking the upper right Plus button to create a new page. Here you can name the page, select a theme and save your empty page.
The empty page you created will appear in the Pages list. As shown on the screenshot below, all checkboxes are still empty. To start editing the page, simply click on the page’s name to open the webpage builder.
When entering the builder, the page will be empty and is shown in a desktop view by default. If you want to build a form for another type of device, use the button on the left to switch to tablet or mobile.
Here you’ll find all the different content section types that you need to build your form. In most cases you will start off by dragging your Header Section into your page.
If you do not need the text in the header, simply remove it by using your backspace/delete key. To add in more content sections, simply choose the ones you need from the section menu. In the example below we have chosen a clean header, a divider section and a H1 header that can be adjusted by double-clicking it.
The builder always shows a raster, to indicate where your content sections are. If you wish to see a preview of your page, click the Eye Icon.
To add in your form sections, navigate to Forms in your section menu and drag and drop the form type you want to use. This can be a single or double column section. In the example below, we selected both and added a Submit Button.
In the right panel of the section menu you will see all your available fields appear under Fields. These are the default fields and your customized ones, drag and drop any of them into one of your form sections, as shown below. If you cannot find any of your fields, read our section about Fields Manager first.
The last changes you make to your form are automatically saved.
Once your form is ready, publish it by clicking the Publish button.
To see if your form was accurately published, navigate to the Pages section where your website pages are listed. If done correctly, you will find all of your pages here. Your form should now be listed as "Is form" and "Is published".