You may wish to allow users to submit your contact form only if they accept certain terms. In such cases, a form tag
acceptance will be useful.
The process is simple. Just insert an
acceptance tag into your form like this:
[acceptance accept-this] Check here if you accept these terms.
invert option, i.e. allowing users to submit only if they uncheck the checkbox.
|invert||Allow users to submit only if they uncheck the checkbox.|
|default:on||Check the checkbox by default.|
Note: This is a demo. This form doesn’t send a mail practically.
View source of above form:
1) Default [acceptance accept-this-1] Check here if you accept these terms. 2) Inverted [acceptance accept-this-2 invert] Uncheck here if you accept these terms. 3) Checked by default + Inverted [acceptance accept-this-3 invert default:on] Uncheck here if you accept these terms. [submit "Send"]
Acceptance as Validation
By default, an acceptance checkbox is a different mechanism than general input validation, and it runs after all validation succeeds. You might want to change this behavior to make it work like other validation because you think it’s less confusing for submitters than the default behavior. In such cases, add this line to the Additional Settings section:
This setting makes all acceptance checkboxes in the form work like validation, and shows the usual validation error message next to the checkbox if the submitter doesn’t check the box.