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It is an input element where you can enter a website address. The element can validate a url address structure such as domain-name.com.

Adding a URL

You can add the URL element from the Elements panel by dragging and dropping it to the screen. If you drag it to an empty area on the screen, it is added with the Row element. If you drag it into a column, you just add the URL element.


A static/dynamic value can be displayed in the URL element as well as the URL length can be controlled. You can give role-based authorizations to the element as well as set its visibility with show/hide/conditional options.


You can add a static value to the Value field, or you can dynamically bring a value of a state, input element content or an action result.


You can add a placeholder text. It will be automatically hidden when the end user starts to enter a value for the relevant element.


You can set the text length of the URL address.


It can be provided to display the clear button, which allows deleting a value entered in the element by the end user.


You can use the authorization options for the URL element.


You can manage the visibility of the element. It is always visible, hidden, or you can make it appear or hide depending on a condition.


You can add functions that you can add to the URL element with Add Actions.


You can add a validation rule to the URL input element.


You can make visual edits on URL Element frame and text/icon basis.


You can make visual adjustments such as environmental interior spaces and sizing. Depending on the URL size, you can align the elements in it.


You can adjust the URL text and the properties such as color and size of the icon with the text section.


You can add color or image to the URL body.


You can add lines to the outer edges of the URL and give curves to the corner.


You can add shadows to the URLs.

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