Implementing and Enhancing Custom Code in Webflow with JavaScript and Typeform Integration

In this meeting, the State Changers focused on the integration of the Typeform feature into the Webflow interface. They also discussed the use of WISD (the software that allows developers to track user interactions on their websites) and JavaScript for the functionality of a project. The participants demonstrated how to modify HTML and JavaScript attributes within Webflow and set elements to perform certain tasks in-line with user interaction. Also, there was a discussion about leveraging Wiz, a tool that reads the written HTML attributes, and how to manipulate it within the Webflow interface. The meeting offered step-by-step guidance on how to leverage Webflow's interface to populate a Typeform with specific pre-set data. This proved an effective way of controlling quizzes within the form and demonstrated how to add additional attributes. The group discussed how to handle the responsiveness of the form and explored the idea of creating a reusable Typeform data fill-up by creating hidden fields in Typeform that can be utilized when necessary. Overall, the meeting was quite technical in terms of front-end development, involving HTML, JavaScript, Webflow, Wiz, and Typeform.

(Source: Office Hours 12/14 )

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