Provides an easy way to consistently struture forms in a table-like way. Typically, a parent <forms:form>
will contain a new <forms:row>
for each item the user needs to fill out.
Form Row's can take one of two display styles: one_column
, as defined by the type
is the default, and means that the row label
will appear on the same line (but in a different column
), as the form row content. one_column
renders the label
and the content on separate lines.
The text-align of the form row. Default = "left", other possible values are "right", "center", "justify".
Form Row Description
Longer description for the form row. Rendered in smaller text beneath the label.
Give this control a unique id. Can be accessed in the client DOM (eg, document.getElementById('myid') or in the server DOM using [? $myid ?] or [? $('myid') ?]).
Form Row Label
The label of the form row. (Recommended over placing label text inside the form row content).
Style of the form row. Default = "one_column", other possible values are: "two_column".