Outputs an HTML form (
<form> tag) that when submitted will add an
entry to a Vae collection. This is commonly used for building CMS
functionality directly into your website, such as the ability for users
to post content, such as comments.
path- the path to the Vae collection to insert an entry into. Uses VaeQL syntax.
formmail- set to an E-Mail address and all the data from the form will be E-Mail address specified. This uses the same mechanism as the
from- if using the
formmailattribute, specify a value here and we will make the E-Mail that is sent come from this address.
from_field- if using the
formmailattribute, specify a value here and we will make the E-Mail that is sent come from the address specified in this form field. Good for making the E-Mail look like it came from the person who sent the form.
newsletter- supply a newsletter code here and the user will automatically be subscribed to that newsletter when submitting the form. This assumes that the form asks for the user’s E-Mail address in the parameter named
e_mail_address. To change this, set the
newsletter_confirm- if specified, the user will only be subscribed to the newsletter specified in the newsletter code if this request variable is passed on. This is usually used to make a checkbox that the user can check to opt-in.
newsletter_email_field- if specified, we will look for the user’s E-Mail address in the parameter with this name.
redirect- if specified, users will be redirected to this page once the create form is submitted.
You may use any attributes that are accepted by the
This will render a form that adds a comment to the comments structure: