You can find the Input layer in the Slide Editor.
The Input layer is a simple HTML input tag. If you know some coding, you could write your own code to start searches, or send the value through to a PHP file.
This text will be displayed when the input field is empty.
This will be the text of the button.
You can set the name attribute of the input tag.
Specifies the HTTP method to use when sending form-data.
It indicates where to display the response that is received after submitting the form.
You can enter the value that will be put the HTML form tag's action parameter.
You can add custom parameters to the URL.
Slide action to submit
You can trigger some event when the form is submitted.
You can trigger some event when a key is up after pressed.
You can add custom CSS class to the input layer.
Learn about the typography options at the Layer Typography & Design documentation.
Learn about the background options at the Layer Typography & Design documentation.
Learn about the border options at the Layer Typography & Design documentation.
Learn about the spacing options at the Layer Typography & Design documentation.
Learn about the responsive options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn more about the effect options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn about the position options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn about the size options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn more about the advanced options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn about the animations at the Animation documentation.