The Name field allows users to enter their name in the format you have specified via the properties tab. This allows you to capture name information as individual fields.
- Field Label
Enter the label of the form field. This is the field title the user will see when filling out the form.
Enter the description for the form field. This will be displayed to the user and provide some direction on how the field should be filled out or selected.
Select the fields that you would like to enable, as well as set any custom labels.
These properties set rules for how the data should be handled.
A required field will prevent the form from being submitted if it is not filled out or selected.
These can be used to display hints to the expected value in the background of the field.
Determines where, in relation to the field, the labels will be placed. The labels can be placed either above or below the input.
Similar to the description placement, this determines where the sub-labels will be located.
Custom Validation Message
This allows you to set a custom message that will be displayed in the event that there is an error in the submission.
Custom CSS Class
Allows you to define a custom style for these fields to override the defaults.
- Admin Field Label
Enter the admin label of the form field. Entering a value in this field will override the Field Label when displayed in the Gravity Forms administration tool.
If you would like any inputs to contain a default value that is submitted without any user interaction, enter them here.
Select the visibility for this field. Field visibility set to Everyone will be visible by the user submitting the form. Form field visibility set to Admin Only will only be visible within the Gravity Forms administration tool. Setting a field to Admin Only is useful for creating fields that can be used to set a status or priority level on submitted entries.
Allow field to be populated dynamically
Check this option to enable data to be passed to the form and pre-populate this field dynamically. Data can be passed via Query Strings, Shortcode and/or Hooks.
Enable Conditional Logic
Create rules to dynamically display or hide this field based on values from another field. Remember, to use conditional logic, you will need to create a drop down, checkbox or multiple choice field.
Display the Prefix.
Display the First Name.
Display the Middle Name.
Display the Last Name.
Display the Suffix.
- The first of these merge tag parameters is optional and is simply the field name for easier identification.
- The second parameter defines the field or input ID within the form.
This field does not have any modifiers.