A Label element features a caption and a text property. The intent behind the design of the Label element is to display a single line of text that you want to align with the other fields on your form. Labels are an ideal way to display order totals and other calculated/bind value results while maintaining a consistent layout with other field elements.
If you want to include an entire paragraph of text, or use HTML formatting, you should instead use the Free Text Heading element.
|Field Name||This is the name used to reference the field and is also the name of the column heading in the submission bin.|
|Binding||Create a conditional binding to calculate a total or concatenate two strings together. Learn more in Bindings.|
|Text||Click to to open the Text Editor and insert an extensive amount of richly-formatted text.|
|Padding-bottom||Set the padding width for the bottom of the Label element.|
|Padding-top||Set the padding width for the top of the Label element.|
|Caption||Enter the caption text, which appears either beside or above the element.|
|Multi-line Caption||When the caption wraps, you may notice the line height is wrong. This is when you need to enable the multi-line feature by setting this property to true. Note: Keep in mind that you can increase the caption width so that the caption text does not wrap.|
|Theme||Set this property to Inherit to use the Field SubTheme defined by the master theme for this form. Or, select a subTheme which will apply directly to this element. Once a subTheme is applied, you can edit it within the Theme Editor. Learn more in Themes & Styles.|
|Dependency||Create a dependency to hide or show this element based on a rule. The field becomes "dependent" on other values entered on the form. Learn more in Dependencies.|
|Hidden||Set this property to true if you want this element to be hidden.|
|Hide Mode||This property determines how the element is hidden and if it will collapse within the space it would otherwise occupy.|