This page walks you through all available display widgets settings.
This is the most basic way to display your content (depending on your field type). If you want to take into account text formatting, check out the next section.
With this widget, you can control how your dates will be displayed:
To customize your date format, use momentjs syntax:
This widget allows you to display a number as a nicely formatted price:
Choose a currency symbol between euros (EUR), dollars (USD) and pounds (GBP)
Choose a base: Cents if your values are stored in cents, Unit otherwise
This widget is useful to display a number (ranged between 0 and 1) as a percentage.
Without using the percentage widget:
Using the percentage widget:
This widget is your go-to widget for viewing files of all types.
Images can be previewed from all views. Click on them to display the following modal:
From this modal, you can:
Click to zoom
Scroll to zoom in
Drag & drop your zoomed-in area
From the table view, clicking on the file icon will open the PDF in a new tab.
From the summary and details views, the PDF can be previewed:
In this widget's settings, you can manage whether to authorize rotation and zoom features, add a prefix and change the preview size.
Use this option to specify a URL prefix or path prefix depending on your usage. For instance:
If you store your files on an external cloud (ie: AWS S3) and in your database as a filename, your prefix will be a link like this:
If you store your images in base64, you could find it convenient to add a
data:image/png;base64 prefix on the go:
Choosing a preview size will show your image or PDF in the following sizes:
Select this widget if your content is actually URLs.
Note that if your content is not a valid url, it will still be clickable but simply show a blank page. You can also choose to display a title instead of the link.
Select this widget if you want to visualize a point coordinates on a map.
Use this widget to neatly display your JSON.