Although contact forms tend to be simple, creating them can be tricky if you don’t know how to code in HTML, CSS, and possibly even PHP. In fact even customizing a ‘readymade’ contact form that you find online will be difficult, and time-consuming to boot.
Instead of attempting to learn to code or struggle to edit a ‘readymade’ contact form, there is a third option you could try: AidaForm. Simply put you could learn how to make a contact form in HTML using its platform in a matter of minutes.
How to Build a Contact Form
All you need to do to create your very own contact form using AidaForm is:
Log in to the website (or sign up first)
The first thing you should do is head over to AidaForm’s website and log in. If you don’t already have an account you can create one – which is completely free.
Start creating the form from scratch or select a template
After you log in you can click the ‘Create a Form’ button in the member’s area. It is up to you to select one of the pre-built templates that you can use as a starting point, or a blank template if you’d like to construct your form from scratch.
Add any fields that you require
Within the Form Editor you can add various fields from the ‘Form Elements’ section. Each field that you add will take the form of a block, and you can customize its label in its settings then drag it into place and position it wherever you like.
Select and customize the theme
In the Form Editor you can also select a theme based on the appearance that you want your form to have. It will be located in the ‘Form Designer’ section, and you can proceed to customize the font, colors or other elements individually if you want.
Publish the form
Last but not least you can click on the ‘Publish’ button and select the option to export the HTML code. After that all you need to do is copy and paste it on your website – and your contact form will appear exactly as you designed it.
As you can see creating contact forms in HTML is a piece of cake using AidaForm, and yet you’ll have full control over every aspect of its design. Make no mistake you should take advantage of that flexibility to optimize your form, and structure it so that it is effectively able to play its role.
Don’t worry if you ever need to make changes, as you can always go back and alter your forms in AidaForm as well.