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Configuring Rich Text (HTML) Fields in a Form

Iterop integrates the possibility to create complete information fields. This tutorial is intended to provide you with some information on this subject.

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This documentation takes place in a form. Go to the settings tab of a form via Iterop Design.


Rich Text (HTML) fields are form-specific fields that allow you to structure the data display better. They are useful for classifying and organizing variables. As with other fields, they can guide the form user by controlling whether or not the field is displayed.

For example, here is a form using 2 Rich Text fields (HTML), “ Customer Information ” and “ Information from Livraison “. As well as a third field with a display condition.

Example of a form with Rich Text (HTML) fields and condition
Example of display conditions

We will now see how to create Rich Text (HTML) fields and customize their display conditions.

Rich text / HTML fields

Blank form

In a blank form, it is possible to :

  1. Add a variable, just click on the button “ + ” .1️⃣
  2. Attach a variable from another task (script/form…), select the small string .2️⃣
  3. Graft an HTML field by clicking on “ A ” .3️⃣

Choose the Rich Text type field. Once inserted, several choices are possible to customize the field.

  • By clicking on “ éditer “, a editing utility rich text will appear.

This text editor allows you to customize your text with multiple tools similar to those of a classic editor.

Screenshot: text editor
  • It is also possible to activate the switch Complex mode which will switch to an HTML editor, while offering the faculty, on the right click, to access the HOME methods menu.
Screenshot: Complex mode
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Rich Text (HTML) fields are unique to the form and cannot be submitted.

Display conditions

The display conditions simply allow you to deploy or not a Rich Text (HTML) field to the user if he fills a some number of conditions that you can customize.

By clicking on “ edit ”, a configuration window will appear and you will then be able to set one or more display conditions on this field.

For each condition, there are 3 fields to fill in:

  • Variable to compare : the parameter we are going to test.
  • The operator: the comparison.
  • The variable : The compared, the object that is compared to the comparing party. If you want a dynamic argument, just check “ variable ” just below.
Example: The Rich Text (HTML) field is displayed if the postal code is greater than 96 000.

The possible operators are as follows:

  • = : equal to
  • > above
  • < below
  • >= : greater than or equal to
  • <= : less than or equal to
  • Different from.
  • Contains.
  • Is defined.

Updated on 13 November 2020

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