Practical demonstrations empower Drupal website administrators and developers alike. Discover how the powerful Webform module can help you transform your sites!

Create fit-for-purpose forms in record time. Webform does the heavy lifting while you focus on impressing your clients and achieving the desired results.

Learn to design and configure interactive forms, create automatic response emails and take control of the data collected via your forms. Leverage the powerful Webform API to build your own extension modules.

From simple contact forms through to complex surveys and registration forms, the power is truly in your hands.

Post date: 04/02/2014 - 07:21

The aspiration with Webform Macro is to enable a kind of "code once, run everywhere".  The macro code should execute in JavaScript on client side as well as in PHP on server side.  Obviously the biggest challenge is ensuring that the results are identical...

Usage would entail dynamic value calculations (e.g. same-page conditional field triggering, running totals), validations etc.

There is a bit of stall in development at the moment as I have commenced on a CS degree to augment the scattered bits of info I have gathered over the last year or two.

Post date: 07/10/2013 - 00:21

The Webform Macro module is in active development again for the Webform 7.x-4.0 branch.

With this module one can add code to calculate values for components based on input from other components, formulae etc. One can also add custom validation code as needed.

Try out the demo here.

Post date: 10/20/2012 - 17:34

So, here we are then - what with demands from the old day job and a series of unlikely health issues, I've not been able to give the Drupal 7 Webform Cookbook site as much love and attention as it deserves. I'm glad to (finally!) announce that we have received some links to reviews of the book that will hopefully spur sales to the point where I may retire to a stress-free and sunny Caribbean island! My heartfelt thanks go out to these kind folk who have taken the time to review and comment upon the book.

Post date: 06/05/2012 - 03:20
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I was introduced to Drupal and Webform in 2010 by someone who was absolutely incredulous at how hard I worked at getting online forms in place. At that time I had no real understanding of what a CMS was and was busily hand-coding web forms, but my eyes opened pretty quickly! Having had my life made so much easier, I found that I actually had some time (gasp!) on my hands. For better or for worse, I decided to make some effort toward paying back the wonderful benefits arising from the Drupal community. I focussed only on helping out where I could in the Webform issue queue, mostly because that was the only part of Drupal I had a reasonable understanding of. Over time, quicksketch (the super-human Webform project owner) approached me with the opportunity to co-maintain Webform... Well, one does not turn down a learning opportunity like that when it presents itself on a plate!



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