You can arrange label styles from 3 different sections.
Label setting in the Form Styles for the highest level.
Label setting in the Page Styles for the midlevel.
Undermost is the label setting of each element.
You can inherit the styles of each level from the the next level (If you arrange Inherit
) or you can customize it.
inherit: For elements, it implements the styles, which are in page settings or form style, in this element.
Show: When it is selected, label appears.
Hide: When it is selected, label hides.
second inherit: When it is selected, it implements the syles, which are in page settings or form style, in this element.
inline: Label and input are aligned on the same line.
Left: Label is aligned left.
Center: Label is aligned to the center.
Right: Label is aligned right.
You can choose icon for label.
Label icon may not appear depending on the theme you use.
Required: It makes it required to fill out the input.
Placeholder: It is the text in the input.
Disabled: The content cannot be edited, selected and sent in the form.
ReadOnly: The content cannot be edited, but selected.
Default Value: If you enter “Default Values”, this value will be saved instead of the text which is entered to input.
For example, no matter what you visitor writes, “Default Value” is going to be seen as the valur in submission.
You put the icon you select in input.
You can also add country codes to your element.
For that, “control” must be selected.
In addition to “check all” option to add all the country codes, you can also choose the countries you would like to add one by one from the list.
You can write a description below or above the element.
Above the field:
Below the field:
Each element has its own ID. It is the ID which is used for email and the other actions.