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Change FormFunction button color

You can inspect elements of interest and add css with EmbeddedHTML: ...
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Ensuring that a file uploaded via FormFunction is of a particular type

Instead of having FormFunction directly convert CSV input into a table of values, upload the CSV file to a CloudObject and do the CSV import in the cloud: ...
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How to Properly Understand FormFunction

This is actually a big question. It's taken me quite awhile to wrap my head around form function. I don't think I can provide a sufficient explanation as a SE answer, but I can give a few pointers to ...
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Import KML file data inside FormFunction (Interpreter problem?)

You can import plain text and then ImportString: ...
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Linking multipage forms together

I've solved my problem! This is the setup that worked for me: ...
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What is the correct way to include a user defined function inside a FormFunction wrapper?

Form functions get an association from the input dialog, so try ...
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Is there a way to configure the Ask function so that input fields can be optional?

Default value syntax works here too so you can use it: CloudDeploy[ AskFunction[Ask["key" -> "String" -> "default"]] ] If you want to check whether one ...
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FormFunction and Program Input

FormFunction accepts a function and it has access to the values entered. E.g. ...
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How do you upload text from a PDF using FormFunction?

If you want to import a specific element of a pdf you can use "Text" type and proceed with ImportString and elements spec: <...
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Error handling of Databin

Databin does not evaluate when the bin does not exist. Calling it with an invalid id err = Databin["13X7XXXJH"] does ...
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Holding after evaluation

Here's another interpretation of the OP's objective, based on some parts of the code that don't make sense (to me, as yet) unless frac is supposed to generate a new ...
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Holding after evaluation

Try "Label" -> With[{tmp = frac}, HoldForm[DisplayForm[tmp] + DisplayForm[tmp]]] instead to evaluate before you hold.
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How to align FormFunction title to centre of page?

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Display Dataset[Databin[]] as result for cloud deployed FormFunction

Afaict Dataset does not have associated any fancy export options. It is either an InputForm (1D input or what it evaluates too) ...
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How to place a FormFunction in DialogInput?

For a single page: DialogInput[{x} , FormControl[ Dynamic[x, DialogReturn] , FormObject[{"Count" -> "Number", "Stuff" -> "String"}] ] ] for a ...
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Cloud - controlling FormFunction[ ] width and number of inputs in a row

Sure thing, I wanted to generalize it some so here we go... Create some input controls. inputs = <| Table[FromCharacterCode[96 + i, "UTF8"] -> Range[5], {i, 15}]|>; Now CloudDeploy the ...
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FormFunction default display

I think you are most likely looking for the Input format. In the Details and Options section of FormFunction it specifies that ...
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Cloud Form Function Database

The Wolfram Development Platform Producer plan features database connectivity, which would allow access to a SQLite database in the Wolfram Cloud. For example, this query should return an empty list (...

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