Submitter types information (e.g. name or email).
The UBCMS is not an appropriate place for ANY regulated private data, such as bank credit/debit card numbers, government-issued ID numbers, health information or computer passwords.
For example, if you build your form by copying a component (e.g. to add a second Text Field), be sure to change the ID.
Element Name: Specify the name to be associated with this field when the data is stored or emailed. Required.
Title: This is the descriptive label your visitor will see on the page.
Hint: Provide assistance for people completing the form. Appears in paler italics below the associated field.
Property is multi value: When selected, a small "+" is added to the field so that the visitor can add multiple separate values.
Only show value - When this is selected, the field only displays a preset 'default value' or a value sent to the page through 'Use parameters'. This information will be displayed to the page visitor and also collected onc ethe form is submitted, but the visitor will not be able to change it.
Default value: Stipulate a default value that will be displayed on the form and used unless the visitor makes a different selection.
Use parameters: Select if desired. Developers only!
This tab controls whether completion of this field is required and what constraints are being enforced (for example, must be a phone number). May also be used to customize form error messages.
Required: Completion of this field is mandatory before submission of the form is permitted.
Required Message: Insert a custom message to be displayed if the submitter neglects to complete this field.
Constraint: choose from the following:
Constraint Message: Insert a custom message to be displayed if the submitter fails to successfully complete this field based on the above constraint.
Size: Set the prefered displayed size in columns and rows.
Width: Set a maximum display size in pixels.
This feature works comparably in both the Classic and Flex UI versions of the UBCMS. In the future, screenshots and language will be updated to reflect Flex UI.
Read more about forms in our Advanced Topics.
Want to start your form with preloaded values? See Use Parameters.
April 9, 2021