Formsnap 3 - US States (Popup) Input

Add a preconfigured US States dropdown (popup) menu to your Formsnap form.

General

  • Name
    This item's name. The item name is used INTERNALLY on the form and templates and should be be alphanumeric ONLY (letters, numbers and underscores allowed). The name must be unique to the form. Duplicate names in the same form will produce adverse effects.
  • Display Label
    When enabled, the label will be displayed with the input item.
  • Label
    The label the user will see on the published form adjacent to the input.
  • Label Icon
    Prepend a Font Awesome (4.7) icon to your label text. Available icons can be found on the Font Awesome web site.
    EXAMPLE: fa fa-user
  • Allow Multiple Selections
    When enabled, the select menu will allow for multiple selections from the choices. The value produced will be a comma delimited list of the selected option values.
    EXAMPLE: item1,item2,item3
  • Placeholder
    Text displayed in the popup menu UNTIL the visitor invokes the popup menu to select a country.
  • Subtext
    Short description added below the input item.
  • Tooltip
    Include an animated tooltip to your input item
  • Tip Placement
    Designate where the tooltip should originate from. Tooltips can be placed in four different ways in relation to the reference element.
  • Value Type
    Specify how you want the state value. The available options are 2 Letter Code ( GA ) or Full Name ( Georgia ).
  • Tab Index
    You can control the tab-through order of fields with tab index. The lower the number, the earlier it will be selected via Tab key. 1 is the first field, assign higher numbers to subsequent fields.
  • Default Value
    Define the US State that should be selected by default.

Save Data

  • Save to MySQL
    When enabled, the input's value will be saved to the specified MySQL database ( in Base settings ).
  • Save to Google Sheets
    When enabled, the input's value will be saved to the specified Google Sheet ( in Base settings ).
  • Field Name
    The MySQL field name in your database that corresponds to this input.
    The column header name in your Google Sheet.

Validation

  • Required
    If enabled, this input item is required before form can be submitted.
  • Required Message
    Error message displayed when end user fails to complete form item.

 

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