Create registration forms for a website by using the form generation tools on sites such as 123ContactForm.com or EventRegistrationForms.com, as well as using HTML and style sheets to create a form from scratch, as of 2015. Making a custom form with your own code requires extra steps to collect information and track responses.
123ContactForm.com allows you to create a free account and choose from different registration form templates as well as other types of forms, such as contact forms or request forms. The site also allows you to add additional features to the form, such as a map that shows its location or dynamic selection fields to designate when a guest is bringing an item to the event or has a special need. It also offers social tools to allow users to share the form, and thus the event, with others.
EventRegistrationForms.com also requires users to create a free account in order to access its forms, with the account enabling users to store the responses from guests. The site contains multiple form templates for different types of events, such as weddings or charitable events.
Creating a form from basic HTML consists of making a series of tags to handle the input of text, including labels to designate the exact values you want in each section. You must also use a style sheet to modify its appearance so that it matches the theme of the site and displays the contents in the appropriate locations. These forms also must link to a database or email address to collect information.