The confirmation component, whose option icon is shown in figure 1, creates a checkbox in a form that the visitor must check to submit the form.
Figure 1. the confirmation option icon
Confirmation fields are common used for legal agreements, such as I agree to the Terms and Conditions checkboxes.
Editing a confirmation field
Click on the confirmation field to open the confirmation field window, as shown in figure 2.
Figure 2. the confirmation field window
The confirmation field window lets you change the following settings:
The label for the field.
Whether the field is shown next to the label, below the label and full width, or below the label and indented (in order to line up with fields displayed next to their labels).
The statement for the visitor to confirm.
First-person statements such I agree to the Terms and Conditions are preferred to second-person statements such as You agree to the Terms and Conditions.
An optional link for the statement — for example, you could link the statement I agree to the Terms and Conditions to a copy of your terms and conditions.
Click Choose link to turn the text into a link, in the same way as linking text.
Click OK to apply the changes to the confirmation field.
Click Cancel to return to the page without changing the confirmation field.