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.
These are some of the superior features that Simfatic Forms HTML form creator offers. You will be able to design a customized form that resonates with your personal preferences and nature of your business using its easy, visual editor. This editor tool enables you to place controls such as labels and textboxes exactly where you want them to appear. More importantly, you can align, increase, or decrease the size of the form and design it the way you want.
Input validations are useful in web forms. Simfatic Forms go beyond the conventional 'required' field validations to ensuring that the input from your visitor is of the format and type that you need. You can also set the validation to be triggered only in certain conditions.
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!
Simfatic Forms generates standards compliant, HTML/CSS forms. It works in all popular browsers well. What more, you can customize the forms with your own CSS too!
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.
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