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Adjustable Textarea (A)

This command enables you to create an adjustable textarea for user inputs. It can be tailored to meet the unique demands of different data collection scenarios, offering flexibility in terms of the number of rows and the default text.

Usage:

To create an adjustable textarea, use the following format:

[A-Label- |number of rows| ~default text~] Copy

This format helps in constructing a multi-line text area with a specified number of rows and a default text prompt, offering a user-friendly way to gather extended information or feedback.

Try It:

[A-Feedback- |5| ~Your feedback here~] Copy

Result: An adjustable textarea labeled “Feedback” with 5 rows and "Your feedback here" as the default text, allowing users to easily provide detailed inputs.

Buttons (Single Selection, B)

This command presents a series of buttons to facilitate an effortless selection process. Users can easily make a choice from a predefined set of options, streamlining the decision-making process in a user-friendly manner.

Usage:

To create a set of single selection buttons, employ the following format:

[B-Label- |option1|option2|...| ~default option~] Copy

This format generates a group of buttons labeled according to your preference, with a list of options and a default option indicated within the structure.

Try It:

Example:

[B-Favorite Fruit- |Apple|Banana|Orange| ~Banana~] Copy

Result: A set of buttons labeled “Favorite Fruit” offering the options “Apple”, “Banana”, and “Orange”, with “Banana” set as the default choice. This provides a simple and clear method for users to indicate their preference.

Checkboxes (C)

The Checkboxes command furnishes a flexible method for users to select multiple options from a given list, facilitating a more nuanced approach to gathering user preferences and inputs.

Usage:

To craft a series of checkboxes that allow multiple selections, adhere to the format below:

[C-Label- |option1|option2|...| ~default checked options~]

This structure generates a series of checkboxes with a designated label, accompanied by a set of options. The default selected options can be indicated within the tildes (~).

Example:

[C-Preferences- |Reading|Traveling|Cooking| ~Reading|Cooking~]

Result: A set of checkboxes labeled “Preferences” offers the options “Reading”, “Traveling”, and “Cooking”, with “Reading” and “Cooking” marked as the default selections. This provides a user-friendly approach to selecting multiple preferences at once.

Email (E)

The Email command facilitates the seamless integration of email input within your platform, providing a streamlined approach to gather email addresses from users, either for correspondence or authentication purposes.

Usage:

To construct an email input area, follow the format below:

[E-Label ~default email~]

This structure sets up a labeled email input box, with a placeholder displaying the default email, guiding users to input their email addresses appropriately.

Example:

[E-User Email ~user@example.com~]

Result: An email input area labeled “User Email” is created, with “user@example.com” as the placeholder text, serving as a guide for users to input their own email addresses.

Internet (I)

The Internet command offers a unique method to enhance the user experience by presenting a menu filled with non-intrusive sponsor links. This feature not only integrates a personalized touch to your platform but also offers potential avenues for monetization.

Usage:

To implement this feature, use the following structure:

[I-The prompt sponsors label- |thewebsite.com|anotherwebsite.com| ~default~]

This structure creates a designated space where users can access a series of curated, non-intrusive sponsor links, adding a personalized dimension to their experience on your platform.

Example:

[I-Our Top Sponsors- |sponsor1.com|sponsor2.com| ~visit sponsor1~]

Result: This creates a menu labeled "Our Top Sponsors" with links to "sponsor1.com" and "sponsor2.com", with a friendly nudge to visit sponsor1 as the default message.

Post (P)

The "Post" command functions as a bridge to finalizing and executing your inputs, essentially serving as a submit button that sends the accumulated data to the intended destination. It seamlessly integrates with other commands, orchestrating a smooth and efficient user interaction with the platform.

Usage:

Implement this command in your setup using the structure below:

[P-Label- URL]

This syntax serves as a blueprint to develop a submission gateway where users can forward their inputs effectively, marking the completion of an interaction.

Example:

[P-Submit- https://yourwebsite.com/submit]

Result: Creates a "Submit" button that, when pressed, forwards all user inputs to the specified URL (https://yourwebsite.com/submit), facilitating a streamlined submission process.

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