Fast Secure Contact Form Set Default Field Checkbox Selected helps you set up a default value in your form for example using a Checkbox field type.
Last Updated: October 11, 2016
When building forms you might have a particular feature enabled in a form. For example you might want a form to have a pre-selected field option checked by default. That will help the person filling out the form from having to click an option if the default feature pre-selected is what they want.
Fast Secure Contact Form Set Default Field Checkbox Selected Setup
Step 1 ) In the following image you can see 4 different colors: Red, Green, Blue and Pink. At this point nothing is added to the Default: field.
Step 2 ) The following image displays the four colors illustrated on the form.
Step 3 ) The following image shows you Default: set to 2 which sets up the color Green as the default value on the form.
Step 4 ) The following image displays the color Green selected by default.
Note: Remember this feature has no limits in the way you can use it.
Step 5 ) For example you might want to include in your form a Subscription Field with two options Yes and No. In this case you might set the form to Yes by default. You might also want to set this field to a Required field as illustrated in the following image.
In this example the form field is Subscribe To My Blog: and it is set to Yes and it is a required field.
Step 6 ) The following image shows you the field with the required symbol and the default to Yes.
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