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Beginner's Guide: How to Create a Form in

If you're new to and want to learn how to create a form in Bubble, you've come to the right place. In this beginner's guide, we'll walk you through the process of creating a form and adding some nice design elements.

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Now let's get started with creating a form in

Step 1: Setting Up the Layout

Start with a blank canvas and set the layout to a light parent. This will help create a clean and professional look. Next, add a group to hold your form elements. Set the group to be a column, as the form elements will be displayed one after another. Add a background color, border radius, and padding to make the form visually appealing.

Step 2: Adding Form Elements

To create a form, you'll need text labels, input fields, and buttons. Start by adding a text element for the form title. For example, if you're creating a database of movies you've watched, you can label it as "Add Movie. Adjust the size and style of the text element to your preference.

Next, add text labels for each form field. It's important to provide labels for accessibility reasons and to ensure users understand what information is required. For example, if you're adding a field for the movie title, you can label it as "Title".

Then, add input fields for each form field. Adjust the height of the input fields to around 52 pixels for a conventional look. Group the text labels and input fields together to easily layout the content.

Step 3: Customizing Form Elements

Customize the form elements further by adjusting the spacing between elements. Use a gap between elements instead of adding a bottom margin to ensure consistency in the layout.

Step 4: Adding Additional Form Fields

If your form requires additional fields, such as a description or an image upload, you can easily add them. For a multi-line input field, you can either drag in the multi-line input element or replace an existing input field with a multi-line input type. Add placeholders to guide users on what information to enter.

Step 5: Adding Form Submission Workflow

To capture the form data and add it to your database, you need to create a workflow. Add a workflow action to create a new thing in your database. Specify the fields from your form that correspond to the database fields. For example, if you have a "Movies" data type with fields like title, description, poster, and watched, map these fields to the corresponding form fields.

Step 6: Enhancing User Experience

To improve the user experience, you can add extra steps to the form submission workflow. For example, you can reset the input fields after form submission and show a Toast notification to confirm that the submission was successful. Use plugins like Toast to display notifications and customize their appearance.

By following these steps, you can create a functional and visually appealing form in Remember to test your form and make any necessary adjustments to ensure a seamless user experience.

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