Multistep forms are cool, but sometimes you may want to show different steps depending on the user input. Formhandler allows you to build complex forms with conditions. Read more to find out how to do it.
In a multistep form, you might want to allow the user to jump directly to a specific step. Normally, Formhandler blocks that due to security reasons. If you know what you are doing, you can force Formhandler to allow step jumping.
It is nice to remove lines in the sent emails if the fields weren't filled out in the form. Of course, Formhandler allows you to do that. Depending on the user input you can show/hide lines in emails or blocks in your form.
This How-To shows you how to add custom markers to your HTML template and how to fill them with TypoScript.
Tooltips are useful to help the user filling out the form and they look nice. :-) Find out how to add the required code to your forms.
If you write user functions to generate html code for your form or use TypoScript to set Formhandler config depending on user input, you should have a look at this How-To to find out how to access the GET/POST values the right...
Have you ever wondered how you can add your own Interceptors, Finishers or other components to Formhandler? Click to find out!