The program supports different types of form elements:
- Input Elements (Regular or Required)
- Static Elements
- Navigation and Submit Buttons
- Attachment (File Upload)
Only input elements will be included in the generated rmail! Static elements and the captcha code will not be included in the message.
Edit Form Elements:
Click on the input field, static or page to edit, move or delete the form element.
Select the form element, e.g. "1.2 Demo2" and click on:
- "Move Up" to move the form element up
- "Move Down" to move the form element down
- "Properties" to edit the form element
- "Remove" to delete the form element
You can also click on the small icons in the "WYSIWSG" edit section.
Toggle between Preview and Edit Mode:
Click on "Edit Form" to edit the form and on "Preview Form" to show the form without the edit options and borders.
The Variable Name is the name of the Form Element. The varibale name is not shown in the form. See also: Email Settings: Email Format
The "Label"is the name of the field as shown in the form. It can
be different from the "Variable Name" or the same. The label
can contain chars, which are not allowed in the "Variable Name", e.g.
See also: Email Settings: Email Format
The table alignment for label and input are defined in the "Form Properties -> Style and Layout". The "Override Alignment" option allows to specify a different alignment for the form element.
Optional Text Description. The description will be shown below the input field(s). See also: Description and Error Text
Please note: The program adds a * marker
to the "Label" if a field is required.
You can change the * marker in the "Form Properties -> Style and Layout -> Table/General -> Required Field Marker".
The default * is "<span style="color:#FF6600"> *</span>". You can leave the "Required Field Marker" property empty to remove it.
Required Field Error Text:
The Required Error Text will be shown if the user has left a required field empty.
Default Value for the input field. (not available for all input types)
Width of the input field in Pixel or Percent.
e.g. 200px (200 Pixel) or 80% (80 Percent of the Cell Width
Description Text, Label and Error Text:
Description and Error Text will not accept HTML code, HTML entities like e.g. < will be transfered into > The program has multiple format options for paragraphs, line-breaks, text size, text color, add images, add links. See also: Text Format