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The Beta of Muse doesn't currently support forms, though this is something that has been 'roadmapped' to be included at some point. Hopefully, the 1.0 release. In the meantime, people have been using 3rd party form providers.
I can suggest JotForm as an excellent service. For small users, it's free and there are no ads or watermarks on their forms either.
Just go to their site, design a form ( it's very easy and lots of choices ) You can use Radio Buttons, or Drop Down Menus, etc. they then give you the code and you simply paste this code into your Muse site using the "Insert HTML" feature.
You can also take a look at this topic:
It contains a video on creating a form using Business Catalyst, as well as links to a few other third-party form creation tools.
Corey, should this FAQ forum be read-only?
There are so many subforums for Muse that Adobe is going to confuse new web designers who are already lacking online proficiency.
No. We can utilize the feedback on FAQ topics and have the ability to move topics to other sub-forums. We can also branch replies to spawn new topics (which was unavailable in Get Sat).
We'll revisit this if it becomes an ongoing issue.
Should you at least block new topics from being created by ordinary users in a FAQ section? A new topic certainly does not reach the level of being 'frequently asked'. A new question has only been asked once. You'll bury the pertinent FAQs by allowing users to fill this subforum with IAQs (individually asked questions).
You'll bury the pertinent FAQs by allowing users to fill this subforum with IAQs (individually asked questions).
Thanks for your concern. We will take the necessary steps to rectify this if it ever becomes an issue.
Message was edited by: Corey@Adobe (fixed typo)
Recify.....good one. Also I have used Wufoo to create forms and insert HTML by copy and pasting into Muse with great success.