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The <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> JavaScript library is used for WYSIWYG fields created using the Caldera Forms form builder. The options passed to <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> when instantiating it on the field can be modified using the <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/caldera_forms_wysiwyg_options">caldera_forms_wysiwyg_options</a> filter. The <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> JavaScript library is used for WYSIWYG fields created using the Caldera Forms form builder. The options passed to <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> when instantiating it on the field can be modified using the <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/caldera_forms_wysiwyg_options">caldera_forms_wysiwyg_options</a> filter. Details
The <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> JavaScript library is used for WYSIWYG fields created using the Caldera Forms form builder. The options passed to <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> when instantiating it on the field can be modified using the <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/caldera_forms_wysiwyg_options">caldera_forms_wysiwyg_options</a> filter.
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These fields are powered by the <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> JavaScript library. These fields are powered by the <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> JavaScript library. Details
These fields are powered by the <a href="https://alex-d.github.io/Trumbowyg/">Trumbowyg</a> JavaScript library.
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Note that these examples will change all buttons in the form. If you want to target one button, you will need to switch to using the button ID. Note that these examples will change all buttons in the form. If you want to target one button, you will need to switch to using the button ID. Details
Note that these examples will change all buttons in the form. If you want to target one button, you will need to switch to using the button ID.
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A button config can be given 2 custom classes: A button config can be given 2 custom classes: Details
A button config can be given 2 custom classes:
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A form intended for user submission requires a button of the type “submit” Without one, a form cannot be submitted. The button config panel is fairly simple, allowing you to set the name, slug, custom class (wrapper class), type and class (actual button class) A form intended for user submission requires a button of the type “submit” Without one, a form cannot be submitted. The button config panel is fairly simple, allowing you to set the name, slug, custom class (wrapper class), type and class (actual button class) Details
A form intended for user submission requires a button of the type “submit” Without one, a form cannot be submitted. The button config panel is fairly simple, allowing you to set the name, slug, custom class (wrapper class), type and class (actual button class)
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For this reason, it is important that when <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/using-magic-tags-caldera-forms#get-magic">using magic tags based on GET variables</a>Â to not use them directly in the calculation. Instead, create a hidden field, set its value with the magic tag and then use that hidden field in the calculation. For this reason, it is important that when <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/using-magic-tags-caldera-forms#get-magic">using magic tags based on GET variables</a> to not use them directly in the calculation. Instead, create a hidden field, set its value with the magic tag and then use that hidden field in the calculation. Details
For this reason, it is important that when <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/using-magic-tags-caldera-forms#get-magic">using magic tags based on GET variables</a>Â to not use them directly in the calculation. Instead, create a hidden field, set its value with the magic tag and then use that hidden field in the calculation.
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As of Caldera Forms 1.4.3, you can also use the result of an <a href="https://calderaforms.com/downloads/caldera-easy-queries/">Easy Queries</a> or <a href="https://calderaforms.com/downloads/caldera-easy-pods/">Easy Pods</a> query for auto-populating select fields. As of Caldera Forms 1.4.3, you can also use the result of an <a href="https://calderaforms.com/downloads/caldera-easy-queries/">Easy Queries</a> or <a href="https://calderaforms.com/downloads/caldera-easy-pods/">Easy Pods</a> query for auto-populating select fields. Details
As of Caldera Forms 1.4.3, you can also use the result of an <a href="https://calderaforms.com/downloads/caldera-easy-queries/">Easy Queries</a> or <a href="https://calderaforms.com/downloads/caldera-easy-pods/">Easy Pods</a> query for auto-populating select fields.
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Select Option type fields have an option to auto-populate. These fields can be auto-populated from a data source. The built in sources are: Select Option type fields have an option to auto-populate. These fields can be auto-populated from a data source. The built in sources are: Details
Select Option type fields have an option to auto-populate. These fields can be auto-populated from a data source. The built in sources are:
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The radio field, like the <a href="http://docs.calderaforms.com/dropdown-select/" title="Dropdown Select">Dropdown Select Field</a>, allows for a user to select a single option while seeing all options at once. The “inline” option in the field configuration can be used to make the options show in a horizontal, instead of a vertical list. Options are added to your WordPress form one option at a time, or many at a time using the bulk inserter. Bulk inserting opens a textarea. Each line is an option. Clicking insert options creates the list. The radio field, like the <a href="http://docs.calderaforms.com/dropdown-select/" title="Dropdown Select">Dropdown Select Field</a>, allows for a user to select a single option while seeing all options at once. The “inline” option in the field configuration can be used to make the options show in a horizontal, instead of a vertical list. Options are added to your WordPress form one option at a time, or many at a time using the bulk inserter. Bulk inserting opens a textarea. Each line is an option. Clicking insert options creates the list. Details
The radio field, like the <a href="http://docs.calderaforms.com/dropdown-select/" title="Dropdown Select">Dropdown Select Field</a>, allows for a user to select a single option while seeing all options at once. The “inline” option in the field configuration can be used to make the options show in a horizontal, instead of a vertical list. Options are added to your WordPress form one option at a time, or many at a time using the bulk inserter. Bulk inserting opens a textarea. Each line is an option. Clicking insert options creates the list.
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Custom Class - This class name is added to the div around the actual button element Custom Class - This class name is added to the div around the actual button element Details
Custom Class - This class name is added to the div around the actual button element
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Button - Used for more custom uses like javascript triggers. Button - Used for more custom uses like JavaScript triggers. Details
Button - Used for more custom uses like javascript triggers.
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Post-Type: This will create an option for every post of the selected type Post Type: this will create an option for every post of the selected type Details
Post-Type: This will create an option for every post of the selected type
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Post-Type : This will create an option for every post of the selected type Post Type: this will create an option for every post of the selected type Details
Post-Type : This will create an option for every post of the selected type
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This getting started guide covers the processes of configuring Caldera Forms email notification settings. These settings control the notification process for <em>each</em> form built within your current instance of Caldera Forms. Get more information on configuring global email settings by <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/global-email-general-settings/">visiting our General and Email Settings Guide.</a> This getting started guide covers the processes of configuring Caldera Forms email notification settings. These settings control the notification process for <em>each</em> form built within your current instance of Caldera Forms. Get more information on configuring global email settings by <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/global-email-general-settings/">visiting our General and Email Settings Guide.</a> Details
This getting started guide covers the processes of configuring Caldera Forms email notification settings. These settings control the notification process for <em>each</em> form built within your current instance of Caldera Forms. Get more information on configuring global email settings by <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/global-email-general-settings/">visiting our General and Email Settings Guide.</a>
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Get more information on Caldera Forms shortcodes by visiting our <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/caldera-forms-shortcode/">Shortcode documentation</a>Â or learn more about <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Shortcode">WordPress shortcodes in the codex</a>. Get more information on Caldera Forms shortcodes by visiting our <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/caldera-forms-shortcode/">Shortcode documentation</a> or learn more about <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Shortcode">WordPress shortcodes in the codex</a>. Details
Get more information on Caldera Forms shortcodes by visiting our <a href="https://calderaforms.com/doc/caldera-forms-shortcode/">Shortcode documentation</a>Â or learn more about <a href="https://codex.wordpress.org/Shortcode">WordPress shortcodes in the codex</a>.
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