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is it possible to add a grid layout element within the layout of a form for example add a text title, textbox or image within the form rows?
the picture attached is an example of what im looking to achieve.
thanks once again.
I'm not sure I fully understand the question, but I'll respond based on what I think you mean.
Let me know if that answers your questions or if you have further questions.
FYI, here is an actual form created with Formulate. Perhaps it will address some of your questions:
The header and summary at the top are not part of the form, but you could make it so they could be.
Thanks for your reply once again .
Radio buttons would be useful thanks and adding content within the layout.
Some of the forms I need to create are complicated with drop downs, radio buttons multiple columns and rows.
So maybe options in the layout to add custom elements like with have with umbraco.grid would be very cool.
Eg basic text example below
Radio button - urgent not urgent
some text here
address Time/date to call (can we put a date popup?)
Condition. Treatments taken
I can send you a pdf example of one of the forms if that would make sense?
Massive thanks for your help.
A PDF example would help. If you want to upload it somewhere and link it here, that would work. Otherwise, you can send me a private message here: http://www.nicholaswestby.com/contact/
In the meantime, here's the list of field types Formulate currently supports:
And here's a sample layout (in the layout designer) that shows the variation Formulate currently supports (i.e., 1-4 columns per row):
I plan on extending that layout designer to support further variation later (though you can create your own layout designer if this one doesn't work for you).
And if you want to create your own field type (e.g., a radio button list, upload, text title, rich text, date picker), you could follow the example of the drop down field type:
Let me know if you have any further questions and I'll respond further once I see the PDF you mentioned.
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