Webform is a Drupal module that can help webmasters create submission forms like survey forms, contest forms, contact us form etc without any custom programming. Usually webform submissions will result in the data being inserted as a new row into table 'webform_submitted_data'. But our client requirement was to update an existing submitted data from the table 'webform_submitted_data'. If you want to know how to update an existing webform submission then continue reading
A lot of Drupal users were encountering "Undefined index: webform_client_form_112 in drupal_retrieve_form() (line 738 of /****/html/includes/form.inc)" on their Drupal site and the Webform module remained hidden until the cache was cleared. If you are facing the same issue with Drupal Webform in your Drupal site then read on to find out the solution.
Many Drupal users have wanted to know how to prevent submission of e-mail address with a typo after the feature to do that was removed from Drupal Webform after an update. If you are faced with the same question with Drupal Webform in your Drupal site then read onto find out the solution.
The webform module in Drupal gives you a great set of tools to let you create HTML forms with ease with a drag and drop interface for most of the commonly used HTML form elements. Since it is considered as another content type the forms are usually placed in a separate page of its own.