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Configuring layouts

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  • Form layout:
    This layout is the one that will be shown containing the form you want to use for add/edit records from the front end. You can freely create your form with the html editor, using ##fieldname## sintax where you want to place your input fields( being 'fieldname' the internal name you have configured for the field). You also have the option to create a form automatically arranged in 1,2 or 3 columns using the buttons you will find on top of the page.
  • Detail layout: This is a non-editable view of one record data, including some/all columns defined. You will enter a similar configuration page than the one used to define the form layout. You can use the html editor to manually place the fields you want to show, or use the button helpers to create a 1/2/3 columns view.
  • Detail pdf layout: Similar to detail view, this one configures the look of the downloadable detail pdf output.
  • Detail RTF: This layout is created used an existing rtf file as a template. You must upload the rtf file, that will contain the template for the detail, again using ##internalname## for placing the fields. You also have some additional values available if user is logged:
    User Name : ##u_username##
    Name : ##u_name##
    User ID : ##u_id##
    User mail : ##u_email##
  • List RTF:This option configures the template when full list is exported to rtf. You must upload an existing rtf file to use as template, where you will use ##_list## at the place you want to place the list contents. You also have some additional values available if user is logged:
    User Name : ##u_username##
    Name : ##u_name##
    User ID : ##u_id##
    User mail : ##u_email##
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