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Manage Online Forms



After many requests from schools, the iHigh.com tech team has introduced an online Form Manager tool. You can now quickly create a variety of online forms, including surveys, registration forms, order forms and more! Schools can also receive online payment through iHigh.com, who would process the transaction and send you a check.

How to use the iHigh Form Manager tool



To get started, click on the "Manage Online Forms" link under the Information Distribution section of Your Website Tools.



Creating a new form



You will now see the Form Manager page. If you have no forms setup yet, you can create a new one by clicking on the "Create New Form" link.



This will bring up the Create New Form page. For this tutorial, we'll create a new Registration Form for a Basketball Camp. First, we'll give the form a title and description, and fill in the basic details. Just click on the "Untitled Form" link:



Form Properties tab



This will bring up the Form Properties tab with several fields in it. The Form Title field is the title of your form displayed to the user when they see your form. For this example, we'll use "Coach Smith's Basketball Camp".



Next up is the Description field. This will appear directly below the form name. Useful for displaying a short description or any instructions, notes, guidelines.



We now have several different options for our form. They include:

Turn On Password Protection: If enabled, all users accessing the public form will then be required to type in the password to access the form. Your form is password protected. If you check this box, you will have to enter the password your users will need to access the form.



Turn On Spam Protection (CAPTCHA): If enabled, an image with random words will be generated (audio also provided) and users will be required to enter the correct words to be able to submit your form. This is useful to prevent abuse from bots or automated programs usually written to generate spam.



Limit One Entry Per User: Use this to prevent users from filling out your form more than once. This is done by comparing user's IP Address.



Show Review Page Before Submitting: If enabled, users will be prompted to a preview page that lets them double check their entries before submitting the form.



Require Payment: If enabled, users will be sent to a secure checkout page to pay the amount they select from your form.

NOTE: iHigh can now accept secure credit card payment through your form, and will send you a check after the transaction is processed. There will be an 8% service charge on all purchases, so you should set your prices with that in mind.



Success Message: After receiving a successful form entry, you can choose to display either a brief message, or redirect users to another URL.



Show Text: This editable message will be displayed after your users have successfully submitted an entry.



Redirect URL: After your users have successfully submitted an entry, you can redirect them to another website/URL of your choice.



Add a Field tab



Now we'll begin entering the fields we need for our form. Click on the box that says "You have no fields yet!" to begin selecting the fields you need.



Note: To duplicate any field you have added, just click the Duplicate button:



Note: To delete any field you have added, just click the Delete button:



There are many different options for building your form. Each of those are customizable. They include:

Single Line Text



For adding a single line of text in your form.



You then click inside the "Text" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Text" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Field Size:
This property set the visual appearance of the field in your form. It does not limit nor increase the amount of data that can be collected by the field.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Default Value:
By setting this value, the field will be prepopulated with the text you enter.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Paragraph Text:



For adding a paragraph of text in your form.



You then click inside the "Paragraph" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Paragraph" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Field Size:
This property set the visual appearance of the field in your form. It does not limit nor increase the amount of data that can be collected by the field.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Default Value:
By setting this value, the field will be prepopulated with the text you enter.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Multiple Choice:



Allows you to add multiple choice options.



You then click inside the "Multiple Choice" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Multiple Choice" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Choices:
Use the plus and minus buttons to add and delete choices. Click on the star to make a choice the default selection.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Randomize:
Static Order: This is the default option. Options will always be displayed in the order you have created them.
Random Order: Choose this if you would like the options to be shuffled around each time someone views your form.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Name:



The name of the person filling out the form.



You then click inside the "Name" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Name" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Name Format:
Two format available. A normal name field, or an extended name field with title and suffix.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Time:



For adding a time to your form.



You then click inside the "Time" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Time" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Show Seconds field:
Checking this will enable Seconds field on your time field.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Address:



For adding an address field to your form.



You then click inside the "Address" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Address" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Default Country:
By setting this value, the country field will be prepopulated with the selection you make.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Price:



Use when adding a price field to your form.



You then click inside the "Price" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Price" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Currency Format:
Choose between Dollars, Euros, Pounds and Yen.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Section Break:



Adding a section break will add a horizontal line. You may find it helpful for seperating different fields on your form.



You then click inside the "Section Break" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Section Break" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Number:



For adding a number field to your form.



You then click inside the "Number" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Number" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Field Size:
This property set the visual appearance of the field in your form. It does not limit nor increase the amount of data that can be collected by the field.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Default Value:
By setting this value, the field will be prepopulated with the text you enter.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Checkboxes:



Use for adding checkboxes to your form.



You then click inside the "Checkboxes" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Checkboxes" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Choices:
Use the plus and minus buttons to add and delete choices. Click on the star to make a choice the default selection.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Drop Down:



Use to add a drop down field to your form.



You then click inside the "Drop Down" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Drop Down" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Field Size:
This property set the visual appearance of the field in your form. It does not limit nor increase the amount of data that can be collected by the field.

Choices:
Use the plus and minus buttons to add and delete choices. Click on the star to make a choice the default selection.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Date:



Use to add a date entry field to your form.



You then click inside the "Date" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Date" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Date Format:
You can choose between American and European Date Formats.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Phone:



For adding a phone number field to your form.



You then click inside the "Phone" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Phone" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Phone Format:
You can choose between American and International Phone Formats.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Default Value:
By setting this value, the field will be prepopulated with the text you enter.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Web Site:



For adding a website entry field to your form.



You then click inside the "Web Site" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Web Site" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Field Size:
This property set the visual appearance of the field in your form. It does not limit nor increase the amount of data that can be collected by the field.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Default Value:
By setting this value, the field will be prepopulated with the text you enter.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

Email:



Use to add an email entry field to your form.



You then click inside the "Email" box to begin editing:



Clicking on the "Email" box will bring up your field options:



Field Label:
Field Label is one or two words placed directly above the field.

Field Type:
Field Type detemines what kind of data can be collected by your field. After you save the form, the field type cannot be changed.

Field Size:
This property set the visual appearance of the field in your form. It does not limit nor increase the amount of data that can be collected by the field.

Rules:
Required: Checking this rule will make sure that a user fills out a particular field. A message will be displayed to the user if they have not filled out the field.
No Duplicates: Checking this rule will verify that the data entered into this field is unique and has not been submitted previously.

Field Visible to:
Everyone: This is the default option. The field will be accessible by anyone when the form is made public.
Admin Only: Fields that are set to 'Admin Only' will not be shown to users when the form is made public.

Default Value:
By setting this value, the field will be prepopulated with the text you enter.

Guidelines for User:
This text will be displayed to your users while they're filling out a particular field.

New iHigh Tutorials

Tutorial Name Date Posted/Updated
AdScore 04-10-2012
Online Forms 08-17-2011
Tagging 08-04-2011
Mobile Video 06-27-2011
Offline Recording 06-27-2011
Streaming Quick Start Guide 06-27-2011
Automatic Updates on Content 12-05-2010
Calendar/Schedule Usage 11-15-2010
iHigh Live Broadcasting with Ad Insertion 11-15-2010
Mailer/Email Lists 10-20-2010
iHigh Widget 12-05-2010
Registration Process 10-15-2010
Dual Audio/Video Broadcast 10-15-2010
Document Upload 10-15-2010
Photo Upload 08-25-2010
Create Sponsors' Ads 08-16-2010
Countdown Widget 08-16-2010
Live Streaming Tool 08-16-2010
Mascot/Banner 08-16-2010
NVU 08-16-2010
Offline Broadcast 08-16-2010
Prism 08-16-2010
Site Quick Start Guide 08-16-2010
School Settings 08-16-2010
Upper Links 08-16-2010

Old iHigh Tutorials

Tutorial Name Date Posted
Mascot/Banner Tutorial 10-16-2009
iHigh Website Overview 10-16-2009
Live Broadcast Quick Start Guide 02-17-2010
Offline Recording Tutorial 02-17-2010
Ad Creation Tutorial 10-15-2009
Live Broadcast Tutorial 10-15-2009
Offline Broadcast Tutorial 10-15-2009
NVU Tutorial 10-16-2009
Prism Tutorial 10-16-2009