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form type - container [2016/09/14 14:19]
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form type - container [2016/12/01 08:30] (current)
kstennett [How to Create]
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 A container is a type of [[Form|form]] in WorkXpress. The purpose of a container is to contain and group other [[Form|forms]],​ usually for the purposes of [[security]],​ [[Form Setting - Allow Form to Be Saved Independently of the Page|independent save controls]], or changing [[Context|context]]. A container is a type of [[Form|form]] in WorkXpress. The purpose of a container is to contain and group other [[Form|forms]],​ usually for the purposes of [[security]],​ [[Form Setting - Allow Form to Be Saved Independently of the Page|independent save controls]], or changing [[Context|context]].
 ===== How to Create ===== ===== How to Create =====
-Containers are created in one of two ways: either clicking the blue Create a Form tile in the [[Block Creator]] ({{::​block-creator:​create-form.png?​nolink|}}), or, when the [[Presentation Layer|presentation layer]] is displayed, clicking on one of the blue plus icons ({{:​interface-layer:​form-plus.png?​nolink|}}).+Containers are created in one of two ways: either clicking the “Forms” button ​in the left hand palette and then dragging the Classic Forms button over the page's background, or, when the [[Presentation Layer|presentation layer]] is displayed, clicking on one of the blue plus icons ({{:​interface-layer:​form-plus.png?​nolink|}}).
 ===== Features ===== ===== Features =====
 Container features can be edited by clicking on the blue container icon ({{:​container.png?​nolink|}}) when the [[Presentation Layer|presentation layer]] is displayed. Container features can be edited by clicking on the blue container icon ({{:​container.png?​nolink|}}) when the [[Presentation Layer|presentation layer]] is displayed.
form type - container.txt · Last modified: 2016/12/01 08:30 by kstennett
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