Basically I try to have 2 dropdown lists in a form as an input, then use that to put on a URL as a variable as Example Domain
But the only problem is I don’t want to complete the form, because I don’t really need that info to be saved it is only to redirect the user to a new page and the form limit would be maxed out pretty fast. Would be great just to have a button that when it is clicked, it is just added to the URL the variables selected on the form.
If you share your read-only link I could take a look & get a better idea of what your trying to do. Are your trying to redirect a user to a set URL based on what they select from the 2 dropdowns?
Webflow supports this directly, no custom code needed;
- Build your form using the standard Webflow form block.
- Set your field names to
- Set the form method to GET
- Set the form action to your target URL, e.g.
When someone does the selections and clicks submit, you’ll just see your target URL loaded with the form field data encoded on the querystring;
The form submission won’t be handled by Webflows form submission handler because you have a custom action specified.
wow thats exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!!
Didn’t know it was that easy, just couldn’t find it on the webflow documentation
Yeah it wouldn’t be, it’s not actually a Webflow feature, it’s just the way HTML forms work.
Fortunately Webflow exposes it well enough to access that functionality with just designer settings.