This component works as check box and radio component but you can select multiple options in Select boxes. To add more than one option click on Data tab and click on add another button. Label data will be the one which will be displayed to the client and value will be the one which will be saved on the data base. You can also set the position of the check boxes by label position option.
- Label: You can place the title or name in this component.
- Label Position: With this setting you can adjust the position of component name and label.
- Label Width: With this setting you can adjust the width of component name and label.
- Label Margin: With this setting you can adjust the margins of component name and label.
- Options Label Position: With this setting you can adjust the position of the component options.
- Description: In description field you can enter text which will appear under the Input Field.
- Tooltip: Entering data here will create a tooltip icon on the field.
- Custom CSS Class: With this setting you can add a CSS class. Multiple classes can be added and they class names can be separated by only a space.
- Tab Index: The setting Tab Index indicates which element in a form can be focused and which can be unfocused. It works as a global attribute. It gives three different type of results depending on the integer. Negative Integer (-1) indicates that the elements are unfocused and they are unreachable by sequential navigation. Zero Integer (0) indicates that the elements are focused and they can be reached with a sequential navigation. Positive Integer (1) it works as the zero integer but in the positive integer you can set up an order depending on the number.
- Inline Layout: Enabling this setting you can make sure that the options radios are horizontally displayed.
- Hidden: Enabling this setting will hide your field from viewing when the form is extracted.
- Hide Label: In this component you can hide the label or name. Sometimes you only need the component field and not the label, hide label is used for that purpose.
- Initial Focus: Enabling this setting can make the field initially focused. Please note that only one field or component can be the initial focus in a form.
- Disabled: Enabling this setting will disable the component from the form.
- Table View: When this setting is enabled the data on this component will only show up in submission list of the table view.
- Default Values: The default value (if given) will be the value in the text field unless user enter it manually. If you use default value you can no longer use place holder settings.
- Values: Here you can enter the values for the radio buttons. In Values you can enter the data you want to be submitted in the form. In Labels you enter the data that will appear on the form.
- Persistent: If you enable this setting, your data will not appear in the properties.
- Protected: If you do not want to show the input value in properties when queried by API, you can enable this setting.
- Database Index: If you select this setting this will create an index within the database which will help to make the performance better when queries are submitted.
- Encrypted: Encrypt this field on the server. It is a two way encryption and it is not appropriate for passwords. This setting is only available on the ‘Enterprise’ project plan.
- Redraw On: With this option you can link or connect another component, you can redraw component if the other component is updated.
- Clear Value When Hidden: As the name suggest the value of this field will be cleared if the hidden option is selected.
- Calculate Value on server: As the name suggest, if you select this setting, it will run the calculations on your server.
- Allow Manual Override of Calculated Value: As the name suggest, if you select this setting, it will allow you to override the calculated values.
- Required: Enabling this setting will make this component a must and user can not submit the form without filling this component.
- Error Label: With this setting you can enter text which will be displayed when the field display an error message.
- Custom Error Message: In this setting you can enter the error message which will be displayed to the user if any error occurred while filling the form.
- Minimum Checked Number: In this setting you can enter the minimum number of checks required before you can submit the form.
- Maximum Checked Number: In this setting you can enter the maximum number of checks required before you can submit the form.
- Minimum Checked Error Message: In this setting you can enter the error message which will be displayed if the checks are less than minimum limit.
- Maximum Checked Error Message: In this setting you can enter the error message which will be displayed if the maximum number of checks are reached.
- Property Name: In this setting you can provide the name of the field in the API endpoint.
- Field Tags: In this setting you can enter the tags for the field that can be used in the custom logic.
- Custom Properties: In this setting you can enter any custom properties to configure this component.
- This component should Display: In this setting you can choose "True and False" if this component should display.
- When the form component: In this setting you can choose if you want the component to be displayed after the it is submitted.
- Has the value: In this setting you can choose the value of the component when it shall be hidden or displayed.
- Advanced Logic:
- HTML Attributes: In this setting you can enter HTML attributes map for components input.
Let's create a new Select Boxes component. Click on the select boxes button and drag it on the form creation screen. It will open select boxes settings window.
1. In the picture below we created a simple select boxes with main elements. We enter the name of the Label in the first field.
2. We set the position of the Label in the second field. You have 6 different options to set the position of the label. By default, label is at the top. You can also set the position of the boxes in the option label position bar.
3. Now click on Data tab to add the options.
4. In the values section you can add the options. In Values you can enter the data you want to be submitted in the form. In Labels you enter the data that will appear on the form. To add more options, click on Add Another button.
5. Click on Save to create the select boxes components.
This is how the select boxes component will appear on the form.