Form ID: Give your form an ID (perhaps the name of the form?)
Form Type: Select the type of form. There are basically two types of forms. Create forms and input forms. Create forms are forms that users can fill out to create a page, post or custom post type on your website. The input forms, such as contact and login, only allow users to send information to you and/or your database to communicate or log in.
Submit Button: Enter the button name.
Default Post Status: This allows you to select the default status when the post is added. Examples are draft, published, etc.
2.) Email Options.
Email to Admin: Enable to email the form to the admin email.
Send Email Copy to Sender: Enable to email the form to the sender's email.
From Name: Enter the "from" name.
From Email: Select the "from" email.
Email Title: Enter the email title.
Email Template: Here you can define the custom pattern for the email Message. Fields should be included in the following format – %%field_id%%. For example, if you want to include the field with id = phone and field with id = message, then you can use the following pattern: My message is %%message%% and phone number is %%phone%%. Leave blank for default. Please click HERE for more information.
3.) Notices Options.
Notice Message Display Position: Select where you would like your form notices to appear.
Success Message Type: Select text or a Divi layout for your success message notice.
Success Message Text: If you have selected text then enter the success message text into this field.
Failed Message Type: Select text or a Divi layout for your failed message notice.
Failed Message Text: If you have selected text then enter the failed message text into this field.
4.) Redirects Options.
Redirects to another URL after successful submission: Enable if you would like your form to redirect after successful submission.
Redirect URL after submission: Enter the URL for successful redirection.
Redirects to another URL after failed submission: Enable if you would like your form to redirect after a failed submission.
Redirect URL after submission failed: Enter the URL for failed redirection.
5.) Extra Options.
Save Entries to Database: Enable if you would like your contact form to save to your WordPress database. View your entries in Divi Engine > Divi Form Entries.
Enable Bloom Subscription: Bloom is an elegant theme plugin for email subscriptions. Install and set up Bloom, enable this button and select the appropriate Bloom list.
Enable Select2 for your Select: Select2 is another way of showing your select dropdown. To enable this, enable Select2 in the Divi Form module and in the Select2 option in the field.
6.) Spam Protection Options.
Add simple CAPTCHA field: Enable to use the simple math CAPTCHA.
Content: Form Field.
1.) Field Options.
Field title: Give the field a title.
Field ID: Give the field an ID (we suggest the title).
Type: Select a field type. As you can see there are many options such as the input field, email field, password field, text area, etc.
Max length: Set the maximum number of characters set. Leave as default for unlimited.
Min length: Set the minimum number of characters set. Leave as default for unlimited.
Allowed symbols: Select the allowed symbols.
Required field: Enable this button if you would like to have this field required.
2.) Layout Options.
Columns for grid: Set whether you would like the field to be displayed fullwidth (4/4), Three Quarters (3/4), etc.
Field label position: Select where you would like to display the field name. Either inside the field (placeholder) or another position.
Placeholder text: If you select the placeholder, then enter the placeholder text.
3.) Mapping Options (only for forms that create).
Field mapping type: When creating a form to create a users account, page, post or custom post type you will need to map the data. Select where you would like to map the content of the field.