Bitrix Site Manager

Module settings

This form (Settings -> System settings -> Module settings) is intended to alter system parameters of the Web forms module.

"Settings" tab

Field Description
Use HTML editor (for IE 5.0 or higher) If checked, the built-in HTML editor is used when editing form questions and properties.
Use simple form edit mode If checked, stipulates the use of the simple mode for the web form creation (without using the web form result statuses, fields etc.).
Maximum number of database table records fetched in SQL queries Specifies the maximum number of records displayed in the list of web form results.
Number of results on page Specifies the maximum number of web form results on a page.
Default permission for new web forms The default rights of user groups for the access to all newly created web forms:
  • access denied - form and its results are totally inaccessible;
  • filling in the form - a visitor can only fill in and save the form;
  • edit own result according to its status - a visitor has the right to work only with their results according to the rights assigned for each status of result;
  • edit all results according to their statuses - a visitor has the right to work with all results according to the rights assigned for each status of result;
  • view form parameters - includes all the above rights and also the right to view web-form parameters;
  • full access - includes all the above rights and also the rights to modify form settings.

"Access" tab

This form serves for customising the user group rights for the access to the Web form module.

Field Description
Default Controls the access permission of user groups that have the default permission.
[User group] Controls the access permission of each user group. The following access levels are possible:
  • Access denied - the access to the menu and module administration files is denied;
  • Access granted - the access to the menu and module administration files is granted; further rights are regulated according to the rights specified in forms;
  • Full Access - implies the right to manage the menu and module administration files and to create new forms. Yet, the access to existing forms is regulated according to the rights specified in forms.