Add static elements like text or images
- 1 Blank Line
- 2 Text/HTML (WYSIWYG)
- 3 Custom HTML Code
- 4 Horizontal Line
- 5 Static Image
- 6 Embedded YouTube Video
A blank line.
You can also add a [BR] in the description to add a blank line or hit return/shift+return in "Text/HTML (WYSIWYG)".
The Text/HTML form element is the most important static element. It contains a WYSIWYG HTML editor, which allows you to enter custom text in any format, font and color. You can also add images, hyperlinks and field values.
You can use it like any other editor. Enter the text,
select the text and click e.g. on the font-icon to
change the font.
New Lines and Paragraphs:
Hit "Return" for a new paragraph.
Hit "Shift+Return" for a new line.
Please note, that you can only add field values from input fields on prior pages in the format [Fieldname] (case sensitive).
The value can be selected from the drop-down "Insert Field". Select the value and click on "Insert".
Select the anchor text and click on the hyperlink icon. Now enter the URL to open, e.g. http://www.arclab.com.
The "Hyperlink Target" lets you define where the link should be opened, e.g. in a new window (by default).
Select the image position and click on the image icon.
Please make sure, that the selected image is available for the user. Don't use local images - the image must be located on the webserver. You can use relative or absolute URLs, but its recommended to use an absolute URL, beginning with http:// e.g. http://www.yourdomain.tld/images/image1.jpg
Custom HTML Code
You can paste HTML sourcecode here. It allows you to add custom HTML.
This code will create a black 1pixel solid line.
<hr noshade color="#800000" align="left" width="90%">
This code will create a red left-aligned 2pixel solid line with a width of 90%.
<hr width="500" size="1">
This code will create a default line with a width of 500 pixel.
The "Static Image" form element offers an
alternate to the image function in "Text/HTML
It allows you to add an image, define a hyperlink if the user clicks on it, define the image dimensions and the alignment.
If the user click on a hyperlink, then the new page will be opened in a new window.
Please use "Text/HTML (WYSIWYG)" if you want to use another option, e.g. open in same window etc.
Embedded YouTube Video
1. Go to YouTube and select the video, which you want
2. Click on "Share" below the video and "Embed".
3. Select the options like "Play in HD" ... and the size of the Video.
4. Copy the HTML code from YouTube and paste it into the edit field.