Various help messages can be prepared for each item (and per screen). It can be used as input support.
You can also write a message in the item label section."Item name"underIs displayed.
Write a message in the "Item Label> Contents" field in the explanation tab.
The line break on the way is ignored.(After building it will be the same as Figure 4.)
You can also specify styles (such as text size and color).(FIG. 7)
It lists the CSS to "item label> style" column in the Description tab.I will not explain the concrete CSS grammar.(See other literature on CSS.)
Figure 9 shows an example of specifying a help message in the input field.When the width of the input field is 100%, the message is in the input fieldunderIs displayed.
Write a message in the "input field> content" field in the explanation tab.
You can also specify styles (such as text size and color).(FIG. 11)
Describe the CSS in the "input field> style" field in the explanation tab.I will not explain the concrete CSS grammar.(See other literature on CSS.)
When you place the mouse in the input field (overlap), a message is displayed.(Fig. 13) This is called a tool tip.
In the explanation tab, write a message in the "Mouse over message" field.
A placeholder is a character displayed when no value is entered in the input field.(FIG. 15)
Placeholder is not "initial value".Even if you save in this state, the placeholder characters are not saved in the database.(More precisely, nothing is saved.)
If you type even one letter in this entry field, the placeholder letters disappear.