an online form so that it will function properly within the Soholaunch
Soholaunch Pro Edition (Pro Edition) requires that one grasp a few simple concepts
that can be easily learned through minimal repetition. Regardless of what
methods are used to create the initial form, you must be able to access
the raw HTML. If you do not have access to a program that allows the HTML
to be seen, open the form’s .html file using Notepad.exe, which
should be located in the “Accessories” directory of your start
menu through Windows™.
is an email address field in your form, and you would like it to send
an automatically-generated email to the user upon the form’s submission,
this field must be named “emailaddr” (all lower-case).
If you would
like some of the fields in your form to be required fields (RF), meaning
that the form cannot be submitted without data being placed within them,
place the following tag somewhere in the HTML directly under the <form>
the form, delete any code not related to the form itself. This includes
the <html>, <head>, <title>, and <body> tag’s.
If the table containing the form, which cannot exceed 612 pixels in width,
is not bordered by <form> tags, insert the following tag as the
“open” form tag:
are existing form tags, ensure that the “open” form tag matches
the above. This should now be the first line of your .html file, while
the last line should be the </form> tag. Now change the file’s
.html extension to .form, and upload it through the “File Manager”
module in the Pro Edition.
.form file has been uploaded, open the page you would like to place it
on by using the “Open Page” module. Drag the “Forms
Library” object into the desired content cell. This will spawn a
new window that incorporates several options which you may append to the
form from the drop down box. If you wish the form’s data to be emailed
to a particular address, enter it in the next field. If you’d like,
the form’s data can be saved to a database of your choice (not available
in Personal version). The database and email functions operate independently
of each-other, meaning that you can have the form do either, or both of
three fields relate to the auto-response email that can be sent back to
the user once he/she has submitted the form. If you would like the auto-response
email to be sent from a particular email address, enter it in the top
field. Customers habitually reply to these, so it should be a valid email
field allows you to choose the subject of the auto-response email. Like
the return address field, you may replace the text in this field with
anything you’d like.