Simfatic Forms is a web form builder tool.
- Drag & drop design your form
- Upload to your website
- Get form submissions by email or view online
The forms created using Simfatic Forms run from your website. Hosted completely by you.
This results in much cleaner output and we all love that!
Great job Simfatic !
If you want custom server side processing, there is extension modules feature. Through Extension modules written in PHP, you can attach hooks to the standard form processing steps (form validation, emailing, database etc) and add your own form processing!
One day, I was searching for a form online and I came across Simfatic Forms Beta, downloaded it and I fell in love with this product.
I was able to produce the kind of email forms that my clients rave about. So I am a very satisfied customer from here on out. For those who are not PHP savvy, you will want this product get yours today.
There are features in Simfatic Forms that allows building the form quickly. For example, the 'quick set' feature allows you to quickly add frequently required form elements to the form.
You just need to focus on the current step and then proceed to the next step. After completing the form design, you are taken step-by-step by the installation wizard placing the code on your website its built-in FTP.
Your forms are seamlessly and also easily integrated with your website, CMS or even with any HTML editor.
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There are features in Simfatic Forms that allows building the form quickly. For example, the 'quick set' feature allows you to quickly add frequently required form elements to the form. You can build awesome HTML Contact forms in minutes.
We tested Simfatic Forms on one of our client websites. The Simfatic Forms software created all of the forms located at http://yourgfm.com. They not only delivered the quality the client was looking for, but by using the server side processing incorporated into the software, they have been 100% spam-free without the need of a capacha. A fantastic benefit when it comes to prospect conversion and lead generation!
If you are a developer that creates custom forms for client projects, I highly recommend Simfatic Forms. The program was definitely worth every penny we spent.
I searched the web and came across Simfatic and downloaded their trial; I was instantly impressed.
I started using their sotware on 3 of my main major sites instantly and not long into my 30 day trial I purchased the full license - a great price for simple, easy to use and completely user friendly tools.
I would recommend to anyone looking for this kind of service - thanks!
After many hours attempting to adopt and adapt a goodly number of free php scripts to create registration forms (and failing miserably) I can certainly recommend this programme. OK, you'll have to shell out some money, but my experience is that it is both inexpensive and more importantly, worth every single penny. It has done in less than an hour what I have been unable to do in days.
Prasanth has done a brilliant job in creating software that does "exactly what it says on the tin". It is easy to use, is supported by a wealth helpful advice along the way, and if errors occur (because the user does something silly!), reports their causes intelligently, and directs you to a database of explanations and solutions on the Simfatic website. And if there appears to be no known solution, I have found the technical support to be both rapid and accurate. Having used Microsoft's FrontPage and Serif's WebPlus web software for several years, Simfatic Forms fills a very useful niche, and is by far and away easier to use. I can wholly recommend it.
Are there any shortcomings?
Perhaps. I would for example like to see the software developed to include an integrated "login" script and ability to provide passwords to those who have lost or forgotten them. An unlock code sent in an email to those who have just registered would also be useful in adding an extra tier of security.
All this said, if what you need is easy-to-use software for building registration forms and other forms into your web site, to obtain feedback and other responses from your clients, then I think not.
A very pleased customer.