where "tranid" refers to the Lead ID (a unique lead number) from the "Leads" section and "formid" refers to the Block ID (the unique number of the block that was used for data submission).
Some characters will be replaced before form responses are transferred, e.g., the "@" sign will be replaced with "%40", the colon sign (":") will be replaced with "%3a." To decode these characters, you can use the urldecode function. (https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.urldecode.php
).How to retrieve the address from which the form response has been submitted
You can access the $_SERVER["HTTP_REFERER"] variable to retrieve the address from which the form response has been submitted via a webhook. How to get a cookie file (optional)
Select the "Send cookies"
checkbox in the Webhook settings if you want the form to include the COOKIES field whenever there is a cookie file, for example: