Form Pages

Are users more likely to abandon long forms with lots of scrolling? Are they more likely to see a multi-page form and abandon it without a second look, assuming that it gets longer and more tedious with every passing page? Such usability questions are worth thinking about. If you decide multiple pages are appropriate for your form, Liferay Forms supports two pagination styles: default, and alternate.

Figure 1: The default pagination style.

Figure 1: The default pagination style.

Figure 2: The alternate pagination style as seen in the Form Builder.

Figure 2: The alternate pagination style as seen in the Form Builder.

To add a form page,

  1. Go to a form’s builder view.

  2. Click the Actions button (Actions) at the top-right corner of the form, then click Add New Page.

Figure 3: You can add new pages or reset the current page from the Page Actions menu.

Figure 3: You can add new pages or reset the current page from the Page Actions menu.

You can also delete form pages, add success pages, and switch pagination modes.

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