The spacer is used to introduce a block of space to your form. It is useful for adding space to your form to make it easier to read.
To learn how to add, edit, clone, move, resize, offset, or delete a spacer, please click here.
When editing a spacer, the settings sidebar will appear. You can edit any of the settings and then click the ‘Save’ button to save your changes. If you do not want to save your changes, you can click the ‘Cancel’ button or click any other form element to close the field settings sidebar.
The spacer settings are as follows:
The label for a spacer is solely used to identify the spacer in the administration system. It is unlikely you will change the label. As well as entering a label into this field, you can also double click the label of the field in the editor. You should enter an easy-to-understand label for your field, for example, ‘First Name’ or ‘Email’.
For developers WS Form allows you to add your own classes to fields.
Wrapper CSS Classes
The wrapper CSS class setting enables you to add a class (or classes) to a field wrapper. Field wrappers are sections of HTML added around a field to position them on the page. To add multiple classes, add a space between the class names.
Field CSS Classes
To add a class to the actual field element itself, enter a class (or classes) to this setting. To add multiple classes, add a space between the class names.
This feature is available in WS Form PRO.
The breakpoint settings define the width of a field and also what the offset (how many columns from the left-hand side of the form or the previous field) of a field is for each breakpoint. For more information about the breakpoint settings and capabilities of WS Form, click here.