Form Component Types


Provides month, day and year drop-down fields, as well as a pop-up calendar, for date input.

Date form component


Provides a field for e-mail address input, and validates the submitted value is an e-mail address.

E-mail form component


Used for grouping form components; use the drag-and-drop handle to arrange components that are part of the group as chlld items of the fieldset.



Provides a file upload for attaching files to form submissions.



Provides a grid formatted field for radio button (single selection) or check box (multiple selection) input. Questions are formatted as rows, and responses are formatted as columns.

All questions in the grid component have the same options for a response. Create separate grid components for differents sets of responses.



Provides a hidden field for internal content entry. Label and text in hidden field will not be displayed on the webform, but will be included in the data saved. A Hidden field does not provide for any input by the webform submitter.


Provides a field for content entry by the form creator. Content in the markup field will be displayed on the webform. Markup fields are typically used for text, links, or images to be displayed within the webform components - i.e. for additional instructions. A Markup field does not provide for any input by the webform submitter.


Provides a field for number input. 

Number form component

Page break

Provides a page break configuration to create multi-page webforms. 

Page break form component

Select options

Provides a select field for text input. Radio buttons are provided for single value selection. Check boxes and list boxes are provided for mutiple value selection.

Select Options Radio Buttons

Select Options Check Boxes

Select Options List Box


Provides a multi-line text field for text input (i.e. descriptions, comments, etc.).

Textarea form component


Provides a single-line text field for text input (i.e. name, address, etc.).

Textfield form component


Provides hour and minute drop-downs, as well as am/pm radio buttons, for time input.

Time form component