Webform.com Blog

Webform.com Release 1.9

In an effort to increase transparency with our users, we're now publishing release notes to accompany each of our major releases. We make updates to the site on a continuous basis, but in a group these are considered to be a release. We've had a lot of changes since our last update, so this first collection has quite a list:

Minor Update: New WYSIWYG and Blog Styling

This week we've deployed a few minor updates that should benifit our users:

  • We've updated tinyMCE (our WYSIWYG editor) to the latest and greatest version. This should help address some issues that were affecting IE9 users.
  • Speaking of WYSIWYG, we also rolled out an entirely new theme for our WYSIWYG so that it looks¬†swanky (and a lot less like Microsoft Word 95).
  • Our whole blog got a visual overhaul, including better support for comments and avatars.

Overall it's a minor set of changes, but we hope you like them!

Introducing Paid Plans

Today we're happy to announce that we've introduced 4 tiers of paid service. Up until today, our users had been limited at 1,000 submissions per form, now with the higher tier plans available, anyone can sign up for one of the paid plans to accept up to 100,000 submissions per month!

New Conditional System up on Webform.com

We're happy to announce that the new conditional system is now live on Webform.com! Not only that, but we've branched the entire Webform project for a new 4.x release (the previous version was 3.18). Since Webform.com is always running the latest version of the Webform project, we're immediately seeing the benifits of the latest improvements.

So, what can you do with the new conditional system? Build better and more targeted forms!

Design on Webform.com

Greetings Webformers! Now that we're more than a month after the launch of Webform.com, we'd like to answer a few questions that don't fit into our FAQ. The number one question we've been getting on the site doesn't actually have anything to do with the functionality on the site, but rather who was responsible in the stylin' design we're rocking.

Webform.com Launched Today!

It's been a long time coming for us, but today we're happy to announce launch of Webform.com!

If you're familiar with Drupal, you probably recognize "Webform" from the module that shares the same name. In fact, "the Webform module for Drupal" is the #1 hit when searching for "Webform" in Google, Yahoo, and Bing. With nearly 200,000 installations, it's clear that the Webform module is a popular and mature software package.

Welcome to Webform.com!

Welcome to Webform.com, a free platform for creating forms. Webform.com is built upon Webform, a module for the Drupal content management system. We hope that Webform.com will prove a valuable tool for users collecting information.