Estimate Request Forms - Additional Input Fields

There are  15 additional fields which can be used on the external Estimate Request form.  They are named Addl6 - Addl20.   (Addl1 - Addl5 are reserved)

These were added just as a quick fix to allow users to specify there own information to be included on the form.  No user interface is available for setting these fields on the request form.  You can modify the underlying Html for the Request form to include these additional fields.

Examples of each type of input field is provided below.:

                <!--  Example checkbox field -->
                <!--  the id and name fields would be replace with the appropriate additonal field name  e.g.  Addl7  -->
                <!--  The value would be the text your want returned on the request form if the box is checked  -->
                <!--  The line showing Test Add10 is a label to show next to the checkbox.  Edit this to be any text you want   -->


                 <div style="padding-left: 45px; float: left;">Example Checkbox</div>
                <div style="clear: both;">
                <div style="padding-left: 50px; float: left;"><input type="checkbox" id="Addl10" value="Selected Addl10" name="Addl10" /></div>
                <div style="padding-bottom: 3px; float: left;">Test Addl10</div>
                </div>
                <div style="clear: both;">
                <div style="padding-left: 50px; float: left;"><input type="checkbox" id="Addl11" value="Selected Addl11" name="Addl11" /></div>
                <div style="padding-bottom: 3px; float: left;">Test Addl11</div>
                <br />
                </div>
                <br />


                <!--  Example radio button -->
                <!--  the id and name fields would be replace with the appropriate additonal field name  e.g.  Addl7  -->
                <!--  The value would be the text your want returned on the request form if the box is checked  -->
                <!--  The text after the /> is what is to be displayed as a label on the form next to to radio button. e.g. Home Phone or Cell Phone.  Edit this to be any text you want   -->
               <div style="padding-left: 45px; float: left;">Example Radio Button</div>
                <div style="clear: both;">
                <div style="padding-left: 50px; float: left;">
                <input type="radio" id="Addl15" name="Addl15" value="Home" /> Home Phone<br />
                <input type="radio" id="Addl15" name="Addl15" value="Cell" />Cell Phone<br />
                </div>
                </div>
                <div style="clear: both;"></div>
                <br />


                <!--  Example text box -->
                <!--  the id and name fields would be replace with the appropriate additonal field name  e.g.  Addl7  -->
                <!--  The text between the  <label for="Addl20">  ... ,/label> is what is to be displayed as a label on the form. Edit this to be any text you want   -->

                <div style="padding-left: 45px; float: left;">Example Text</div>
                <div style="clear: both;">
                <div class="required"><label for="Addl20">Test Addl20</label><input type="text" size="40" id="Addl20" name="Addl20" /></div>
                </div>

Edit the form in Html mode to position and label these fields accordingly.

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