For Form Sparrow to function properly, it's important you submit your form data as POST data, rather than GET data. To achieve this, add the following attribute to your opening form tag method="POST". A proper opening form tag would look something like this:
Sets a custom subject for the email sent by Form Sparrow
Custom reply to
Sets a custom reply to value for the email sent by Form Sparrow
Instead of specifying a static custom "reply to" address, you can also choose to use an email address entered by the user of the form. In order to do this, give your custom "replyto_" field a value of "%" followed by the name of the field. Let's assume you have a field named "email" which value you'd like to use for your custom "reply to" field, then you'd give you "reply to" field a value of "%email".
Allows you to specify a URL to redirect the user to after successfully submitting the form and sending out the email
The honey pot field adds an additional spam protection to your forms. By inserting this hidden field, you're allowing Form Sparrow to detect automated submissions. If Form Sparrow fields a value inserted into the honey pot field, this is a strong indication that the submission as automated and it will be marked as spam. Please note that the "value" attribute of this field must remain empty.
Custom confirmation message for the user
This form allows you specify a custom confirmation message which is shown to the user after submitting the form. Setting this field overrides the default confirmation message.
CC and BCC recipientsUse the following syntax to specify one or more CC and/or BCC recipients. Please note the name of this field is "cc" or "bcc". This allows you to specify any number of entries, rather than just one.
Form Sparrow is capable of handling forms with file uploads with a breeze. Simply include a file input element in your form, make sure to add "enctype=multipart/formdata" to the form wrapper and to set the "name" attribute to file and you're all set!
Below you'll see an example of a form with a file input element:
<form enctype="multipart/form-data" action=""//my.formsparrow.com/api/moc.liamg%40em" method="post"> <input type="text" name="name"> <input type="email" name="email"> <textarea name="message"></textarea> <input type="file" name="file"> <input type="submit" value="Send"></form>
Form Sparrow is super simple to add to Webflow due to the intuitive user interface Webflow has. Below is a quick tutorial on how it's achieved.
Start by navigating to your form settings in Webflow: