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Checkboxes

Checkboxes can be used when you want users to indicate either a simple "yes" or "no" response and can be used for a variety of situations.


Instructions
  1. Create a mail form and add any macros/fields you require
  2. To add a checkbox,add a mail-input macro

    1. set type to "checkbox"
    2. Provide a name, this will be printed nexted to the value in the sent mail
    3. Provide a value, if the checkbox is set to true (i.e. checked), the value will be printed next to the name in the sent mail
    4. Set a label, this will appear next to the checkbox in the final form
    5. (optional) Set a description for the checkbox, this will appear below the checkbox.
    6. Click "insert'




  3. To add more checkboxes, repeat step 2

  4. Add any additional macros you require

  5. Save the page to view your form

 

Radio Buttons

 

Radio buttons should be used when prompting users to pick only one choice from a predefined set of options. By giving radio buttons the same name. they are grouped together so that only one value can be selected at a time.

 

Instructions
  1. Create a mail form and add any macros/fields you require

  2. To add a radio button,add a mail-input macro

    1. set type to "radio button"
    2. Provide a name, this will be printed nexted to the value in the sent mail. Use the same name for 2 or more radio buttons to group them together.
    3. Provide a value, if the radio button is selected, the value for that radio button will be printed next to the name in the sent mail
    4. Set a label, this will appear on the right hand side of the button
    5. (optional) Set a description for the radio button this will appear below the radio button.
    6. (optional) Set checked, if you wish this value to be checked when the form first loads, set to checked. If several radio buttons are set to checked, the last one set to checked in the form will appear as checked by default.
    7. (optional) Set Required, if you want to force users to make a selection from the radio buttons presented, by setting any one of the grouped radio buttons to required, Form Mail will ensure that at least one option has been selected.
    8. Click "insert'



  3. Add further radio buttons by repeating step 2

  4. Add any additional macros you require

  5. Save the page to view your form

 

Fieldsets

The fieldset macro is a simple container which adds a legend to a group of checkboxes or radio buttons and positions them together. This can be useful if you have several similar or related radio buttons or checkboxes and want to present them neatly together.


Instructions
  1. Create a mail form macro and add any macros/fields you wish to the page

  2. To use the fieldset macro, add a fieldset macro to the page and provide a label.



  3. Inside the fieldset macro, add radio buttons or checkboxes 

  4. Add any further macros you wish outside the fieldset macro

  5. Save the page

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