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Form Elements

Form elements help you to add different types of input fields in your post creation form. You just have to click on the buttons on the right and the input fields will appear on the bottom of your form.

Each form element has some common attributes

Post Fields

  1. Post Title: This fields is inserted on the new form and is a mandatory field. The data on this field will be visible as the title.
  2. Post Body: This is also a default field but using it is not mandatory. You can remove this field from the form if you do not need it.
  3. Excerpt: Some themes uses the excerpt or short descriptions in archive pages and relevant post listing fields. So if your theme has this feature, you can use it.
  4. Tags: This is just a plain text field. If your users want to include more than one category, then the keywords should be separated by a comma; just like the backend feature. If there the tag spelling is identical to an existing tag, then they will match up. If the tag keyword does not match with an existing tag, then a new one will be created.
  5. Category: This field has some helpful settings. You can add different categories to your post using this one.
  6. Featured Image: With this post field you can add featured image of your post.

Custom Fields

There are many other custom fields, which can make your form more useful. You can add custom fields such as text, text area, drop-down, multi-select, radio, checkbox, URL, Emal and Hidden Field.

  1. Text: This field creates a text field where users can input only short text contents.
  2. Textarea: This field creates a text area field where users can input only large text contents.
  3. Dropdown: This one lets you create lists options (combo box) from where users can select a single option from the list.
  4. Multiselect: Multiselect filed allows you to create fields that can be used to select multiple options.
  5. Radio: This field create radio buttons. Here, users can select any one option from multiple ones.
  6. Check box: Check box works like radio button but it allows you to select multiple options.
  7. URL: This custom field creates an text area where you can put only URL or web links.
  8. Email: This field allows you to input email addresses only.
  9. Hidden Field: This custom field lets you create hidden fields that only the admin or form creator can view and hidden from users.
  10. Repeat Field: This custom field lets you create repeatable fields where necessary.
  11. Date: This is simple a date picker field.
  12. Image Upload: This one allows users to upload images.
  13. File Upload: This one allows users to upload files.
  14. Google Maps: This form element allows you to create a Google Maps field. When you put your Google Maps API key on User Frontend Settings. This element will be enabled.
  15. Country List: Using this field you can generate a list where users can select a country according to their requirements.
  16. Numeric Field: This is basically an integer field where users can input only numbers.
  17. Address Field: This is an address field containing relevant address lines including street address, postcode etc.
  18. Step Start: This field allows you to create multistep forms. You have to use this field at the beginning of each step of the multistep form.
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