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Using interactive elements.

With the interaction elements you can create your own forms inside of contents.



First you have to place the Interactive Elements on to the canvas.

You can choose from 6 Interactive Elements:
Checkbox, Radio button, Input, Reset, Submit  ,Data Summary.



Then you have to name your Button Group.
If you want your Interactive Elements to interact with each other,
their Button Group name has to be the same.
With the Checked Switch you can set the starting value of your Interactive Elements
to be checked or unchecked.


You can select an image to be displayed when your Interactive Elements are selected
and also another one when it is not selected.
(For example: when a Checkbox is checked or unchecked)
You can name your element in the Event Name field, and later that will be displayed.
(For example: in the Checkbox ,in the submitted e-mail or in your database)

You can set the Checked and the Unchecked Value of your Interactive Elements.

Later the value will be displayed in the Collection Element next to it’s name
depending on if it is selected or not.



If you want to save and use the collected data you need to use a Submit or a All element.

Then the data will be saved down to your database.

You can also send this data with e-mail, you need to set a Receiver e-mail address for that.
(You can set the receiver e-mail in the page properties menu)


 I have created a content with two check boxes and a collection element.

All of the three elements has the same button group set, so they can interact with each other.

The left hand side check box has a:
Check e.value: “1” and an Unchecked e.value: “0”

The right hand side check box has a:
Check e.value: “checked”  and an Unchecked e.value: “unchecked”

As you can see the Collection Element shows
the unchecked value of the Box1, 
and the checked value of the Box2.


Watch a walkthrough about this process:

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