Voting starts in March for the Drupal Association Board election.
The Webform module is used for making one-off custom surveys, contests, personalized contact forms, or petitions within your Drupal site. You could even to request studio reservations or something like that before implementing a more complicated solution like the Reservations API.
- Navigate to Administer > Modules
- Select Webform in the Webform block
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save Configuration
Webform is now ready to use, although with a full range of options, which you can adjust by navigating to Administer > Configuration > Content Authoring > Webform Settings
Further configuration of the Webform Content type is done by navigating to Administer > Structure > Content Types > Webform and click on the Edit tab.
Scroll down to the bottom tabs on the left hand side of the page
- Publishing Settings: Uncheck Promote to Front Page
- Display Settings: Uncheck Display Author....
- Comment Settings: Change Open to Hidden
Further Configuration Tutorials
These excellent sequential screencasts explain how to use Webform for several basic purposes:
- How to set up the initial webform container
- How to add an input to a webform, overview of component types and input options
- How to create a single item checkbox (sign up for newsletter) with Webform
- How to view webform submissions and set up e-mail templates
Webform and reCaptcha Configuration
Soon you will be enabling reCaptcha. If you are creating webforms for anonymous visitors (like a Contact form) you will need a reCaptcha for that, too. It's less than obvious. Follow this link for instructions.