Customizing the response message is a pro feature of MetForm. This message is displayed after a user fills out a form. It confirms the users whether their message has been successfully submitted or not. Either way, creating such a response message is quite easy for the MetForm pro users.Here we will show you the procedure of editing the response message.
Follow the procedure below to open a form where you’ll add the response message.
To get a clear overview of creating a new form and adding the required field, follow the video guideline below –
The MetForm pro users can customize the response message text, appearance, and other stylings. Here’s the step-by-step procedure of editing the response message.
To customize the text, follow the procedure below:
Now, look at the visual presentation of this entire procedure-
Proceed to the page or post that contains the form and toggle the Edit Response Message button. It will show you the additional settings on your
The STYLE tab is located under the Edit Response Message section. MetForm pro users can customize different styles of the response message from this section.The available customization features on this section are –
In the following part, you will get the additional style customization settings regarding border type, margin, and padding. Here is the full list of available customization features –
The available border types are solid, double, dotted, dashed, and groove. And you can edit the margin and padding section by following the common CSS units like pixel, percentage, and EM unit.Point to be noted: This response message editing feature is available only for the pro license users and it doesn’t work while using a form via shortcode.
On the bottom section, you might have already noticed another amazing feature called “Enable Multistep”. By enabling this feature you can create forms with multiple steps. Here’s the video guideline about creating a multistep form using MetForm.
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