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Step 1: Form Source
Step 2: Form Type
Step 3: Language
Step 4: Source HTML
Step 5: Thank You Page
Step 6: Choose a Name
Step 7: The Result
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Step 4: Source HTML

The HTML form is what a user sees when he/she fills out your form. You need to provide WFF with an html form which contains unbound html inputs before your form can be manufactured.

The HTML form can contain any valid html embedded content (such as images, flash movies, javascript code etc).

WFF will simply analyze the file and locate all the HTML INPUTS (such as checkboxes, radio buttons, input fields, text areas, drop down lists) and generate the appropriate backend code to tie these input fields to a database.

After successful analysis and generation, your form will be returned to you in a zip file

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