There are two two types of text elements you can add to a Form. Plain Text is just that - no formatting, just text. HTML is more flexible, but everything must be formatted using html tags.
This element only allows plain text into the Text Content field. No styling of the text is allowed. Returns are captured, but no other common styles like bold or underline.
Name - required unique value for the text element
Text Content - text displayed on the page.
Similar to the Text Content element except it requires html formatting of the text. Plain text will work, but will not be formatted for line breaks or extra white space. However, this means that you can use html to style text.
There may be restrictions based on your bundle, but any html should be valid.
Both types of Text elements have Display and Render Attribute options.
Display - please see this section
Render Attributes - please see this section
- How to use the builder to create and maintain Forms for Request.
- Form Details and Advanced Properties
- Create and Maintain a Page Object
- How to add and maintain Section Objects on Forms for Request.
- Placing and Using Buttons on Pages.
- Checkbox Field
- Add and maintain a Checkbox field
- Date Time Fields
- Create and Maintain a Date/Time Element
- Dropdown Field
- Creating and maintaining list fields with both hard-coded data and dynamic sources.
- Radio Button Field
- How to create and maintain the details of a Radio Button field.
- Text Field
- Create and maintain Text fields for a Form.
- Setting the Visibility of fields and other elements.
- Checking for the presence of values/answers on submission of a Page.
- Render Attributes
- Add display attributes for fields and other elements.
- Chrome Developer Tools
- Chrome Developer Tools are included in the Chrome web browser. Similar to Firebug, Chrome allows web developers and programmers deep access into the internals of the browser and their web application.
- Utility JSON to HTML
- This handler converts a JSON string into an HTML table string.