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API Introductions
This tutorial explains how to use the Form Tools API to submit a single-page form.
API Introductions
This tutorial explains how to integrate a multi-page form with Form Tools.
API
This tutorial explains how to use the API functions to re-fill your form fields. This can be handy with multi-page forms when the user can go back and forth between the pages.
API Validation
This tutorials explains how to add server-side validation to your forms, using the built-in PHP Validation script.
Validation
This tutorial explains how to add client-side validation to your forms using the built-in RSV (Really Simple Validation) script.
Introductions
A simple step-by-step tutorial on how to add your first form to Form Tools.
Permissions
A simple tutorial to explain how to set up Form Tools to allow clients to VIEW submission data, but not be able to edit any of the values or delete the submission.
POST forms Validation
This tutorial leads you through the process of adding a reCAPTCHA (image verification) to your POST form, helping fend off spam.
Introductions POST forms
A step-by-step tutorial on how to add the simplest type of form: a POST form.
API PayPal
A tutorial that explains PayPal's IPN (Instant Payment Notification) service and how to integrate in with your Form Tools form.
API POST forms
POST forms let you conveniently pass information from the form via the query string for you to access in your receipt page. But what if there's too much information to pass, or what if you don't want to show all the information in the query string? This tutorial explains an alternative approach
POST forms
How to display values from a form on your POST form's receipt pages.
Emails
This explains how to add a checkbox or Yes/No radio button to your form to allow people to choose whether or not they wish to receive an email notification after submitting the form.
API Validation
This tutorial explains how to check incoming submissions to ensure that the incoming information hasn't already been entered in the database. This is a helpful way to ensure that multiple submission don't come in with the same email address or username - but the information in this tutorial applies to ANY form data. You can specify whatever criteria for uniqueness that you need!
Introductions Permissions
Forgot your administrator password? Email reminder not being sent? Don't panic! Here's how to reset your password.
POST forms Submissions
The submission ID field assigns a unique integer value to each of your form submissions - but it's not always consistent: incomplete API form submissions and deleted submissions will cause gaps in the numbering sequence. This tutorial explains how to create a unique, self-updating auto-increment field to your form.


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