Using the Quantity element allows you to create any type of numbers as input.
The Quantity element contains the following attributes:
  • Name - Title of the element.
  • Placeholder - You can either fill the placeholder or not (It is not required).
  • Description - Description of the element.
  • Step - Defines up and down buttons step value.
  • Default Value - The default value field takes inputs after you add option values in Add Drop Down Options.
  • Quantity Unit - Assets how much the number can change. For example: If the unit field is 1, the quantity will increase by one.
  • Show Currency Sign - Enable if you want to show the currency sign in the total summary.
  • Currency Settings - Applies global currency settings such as thousand and decimal. separators, number of decimals to the entered value.
  • Round Value - Enable if you want not to round value to the whole number in the total summary.
  • Required - Defines whether the element will be required to fill or not.
  • Hidden by Default - The element will be hidden until a corresponding condition is met.
  • Show in Grand Total - Disable if you want hide the element in Grand total.
  • Additional Classes - Add extra classes to the HTML elements to further style changes
Let's check the example of this element:
The result of the Quantity element in the calculator form:
Show in Grand Total enabled
Show in Grand Total disabled
The result of the Quantity element will be displayed in the total summary.
The result of the Quantity element will not be displayed in the total summary.