This is a tutorial for creating a web form for editing form responses on the frontend.
To keep this example simple, this web-form contains a simple GridView which lists the form's responses, each is presented with an "edit" button, which opens the form's page to edit the values of the editable fields.
In Visual Studio, add a new web form user control to your website and name it FormsEntryEditor.
EXAMPLE: For more information about the markup of the widget, see FormsEntryEditor.aspx in Sitefinity documentation-samples on GitHub.:
EXAMPLE: For more information about the markup of the widget, see FormsEntryEditor.aspx.cs in Sitefinity documentation-samples on GitHub.:
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