Web Forms

Web Forms Guide

A DailyStory Web Form enables you to create forms using a simple drag-and-drop designer. Once your form is built it can be used on your website, standalone, in a DailyStory landing page or elsewhere.…

Christy Cook
Updated 1 month ago by Christy Cook

Create or Edit a Web Form

To create or edit a Web Form navigate to Inbound > Web Forms. Here you will find a list of all the Web Forms. To edit a Web Form, click it. To create a new Web Form, click the hamburger menu and sele…

Christy Cook
Updated 1 month ago by Christy Cook

Design a Web Form

Building Web Forms with the DailyStory Web Form designer is simple. In the designer, a completed form may look something like this - with multiple text boxes, a reCAPTCHA and a submit button: Adding…

Christy Cook
Updated 3 months ago by Christy Cook

Styling your Web Form

If you include a DailyStory Web Form in a Landing Page or embedded in your website, you may want to add custom CSS to style your form. The table below provides some guidance on the CSS classes suppor…

Christy Cook
Updated 3 months ago by Christy Cook

Publishing your Web Form

A web form created in DailyStory can be published several ways: Hosted form - automatically created for every web form. Application integration - see the WordPress shortcode. Embed in a DailyStory La…

Christy Cook
Updated 3 months ago by Christy Cook

Web Forms Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some common questions regarding DailyStory's Web Forms. Can I use a web form by itself? Yes, every web form includes a pre-built form landing page. Just click on the URL of the web form whe…

Christy Cook
Updated 3 months ago by Christy Cook

Google Ads Conversion Tracking

Google Ads supports the ability to track conversions as page views or when a user completes an action, such as submitting a form. This article details how to track conversions when a visitor submits…

Rob Howard
Updated 2 months ago by Rob Howard

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