Creating Registration Forms With AidaForm Online Form Builder

Do you need to create a registration form so that people can enroll for an event, membership website, webinar, or some other type of activity? No two registration forms are the same as each one may require different information – which is why it’s important that you’re able to build your own custom registration forms.Trying to build custom registration forms by hand using HTML and CSS will be difficult if you don’t have much experience in either. Instead of that however, you could create the registration forms of any kind quite easily using AidaForm.


How To Create A Registration Form

To use AidaForm as a registration form creator you should sign up for a free account and log in. In the members area you can then click on the ‘Create a Form’ button, and select a blank template so that you can structure your registration form exactly the way you want it.

After that there are a few steps you should take:

1. Add fields to your registration form

In AidaForm you’ll find numerous different types of fields available. All you need to do is select and add the types of fields you require and arrange them by dragging around blocks and putting them in place.


The settings for each field will let you customize the label. On top of that although AidaForm will automatically suggest hints and error messages – you can customize that too if you want to.

2. Alter the appearance of the form

All you need to do to adjust the appearance of your form is apply a theme to it from the selection in AidaForm. If you want you can customize the style of the theme, and add in your logo or a background image as well.


3. Publish the form

When it is ready you can choose to either publish your form as a direct link, or in the form of HTML code that you can copy and paste on your website. A direct link may be easier to share via email, social media, or add to your website as a button or banner.


4. Manage the registrations in the web interface

Every time someone registers using your form you’ll get a notification, and you can check and manage the data at any time in AidaForm’s web interface. If you want you can use its integration with MailChimp to import the email addresses into a list, or you could export them as Excel or Google Sheet documents if you prefer.


As you can see creating a custom registration form is a piece of cake using AidaForm – so why not give it a try? Odds are it will only take you a few minutes to come up with a simple registration form, and you’ll be able to get a glimpse into its features in the process.

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