Sitecore Forms enables you to easily create forms by dragging and dropping fields. It also supports Bootstrap. However, if you want to use Bootstrap framework, you must follow a set of steps to add the proper wrapper and classes around each field. Needless to say, this approach is not user friendly at all.
In this post, I share with you a custom processor that automatically wraps fields and adds the proper classes to each input and label.
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In this post I share a quick tip on how to to check if the current page is Forms Designer.
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When creating a custom submit action in Sitecore Forms, all you need to do is to inherit the SubmitActionBase base class and override the Execute method, right? Wrong!
In this article, I want to share some gotchas when creating a custom submit action in the Sitecore Experience Forms.
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In this blog post, I will talk about two approaches on how to make Sitecore Forms more secure. First I will cover the encryption of data at rest (data storage) by enabling Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) on SQL Server. Then I will walk you through on how to encrypt data stored by Forms in SQL databases.
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You have probably heard about the new Sitecore Forms, announced in the Sitecore Symposium 2017 and available at the Sitecore Experience Platform 9.0 Initial Release. Now, there is a question that comes to mind. Is it time to migrate your WFFM forms to Sitecore Forms?
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