The basic text input field lets a user enter a single line of text. It must be placed inside one of the layout fields.
|The label for this field
|Whether to show the label for this field or not. This property adds/removes a class on the field's label element. The styling itself is controlled by the site's stylesheet
|Additional information displayed alongside the field to assist the user in completing it. The value of another field can be used by adding the field's name between # characters. See Common Field Properties for more information
|Whether or not the field is required to have a value to pass validation
|A default value for the field
|An optional prefix to add to the field
|An optional suffix to add to the field
|Any value entered into this property is used as an HTML 5 placeholder. This is a value that will appear in the field but will be cleared when a user enters something in the field. Unlike a default value, it will not be submitted as a value for the field. If a default value is supplied, the placeholder will not be seen unless the user clears the default value
|Adds a HTML autocomplete attribute to the field, which may prompt the browser to suggest relevant values for the filed, based on past or preconfigured (in the browser) values for the field. See Common Field Properties for more information
|The error message that will be displayed if this field fails its validation
|The display width of the text input field. This property adds a CSS class to the field which is used by the site's stylesheet to change the field width
|Whether this field's value should be indexed by the search (the object collection if using the database save action and/or workflow process collection if starting a workflow process).
This property is ignored if an External Type is specified for the form. In this case, the ability to search is determined by the searchable property of the type itself
|The maximum number of characters that can be entered. Leave empty (or set to 0) if you don't want to apply a limit
|Pre-defined regular expressions that will be used to validate the text. If the input text does not match this expression, the field validation will fail
|A regular expression that will be used to validate the text. If the input text does not match this expression, the field validation will fail.
Use the editor provided to construct and test the regular expression
|Display the field as read only
|Additional Styling Modifier
|An optional CSS modifier for the field. See Common Field Properties for an example
|Add documentation to your field to help explain any complex functionality to future users. You might include information on what the field does and how it relates to other fields on the form. Notes added here are only ever visible in the Forms Designer, they can be searched for, viewed and downloaded from the action panel. See Common Field Properties for an example