You can add the following input fields and elements to your calculator:
- Numeric Input Field 🔎. A numeric input field allows site visitor to enter a number. It then provides a formula with a numeric value added by the site visitor.
- Text Input field 🔎. A text input field allows site visitors to enter a text. It then provides a formula with the amount of symbols or words added to this field.
- Select Field 🔎. A select field creates a drop down list of predefined options. Site visitor can choose only one of these options. The Select field feature provides a formula with the predefined value of the selected option.
- Radio Buttons 🔎. Radio buttons creates a list of predefined selectable options. Site visitor can choose only one of these options. The radio button provides a formula with the predefined value of the selected option.
- Checkbox 🔎. A checkbox is a specific type of two-state button that can be checked or unchecked. It provides a formula with one predefined value if the box is checked, and another predefined value if the box is unchecked.
- Slider 🔎. A slider is a graphical input field that allows site visitors to input a number within a specified range. It provides a formula with a numeric value chosen by the site visitor.
- Information. An information box creates a place to add text for site visitors to read. It doesn’t contribute to any of the calculations.
Separating Line. A Separating line helps to organize calculator's input fields and elements into groups.
- Formula 🔎. A formula makes mathematical calculations and shows users the numerical result of these calculations.
- Gauge 🔎. A gauge is a nice-looking tool that helps graphically illustrate calculation results.
Text Gauge 🔎. A text gauge is a helpful tool that puts the results of a given calculation into words.
- Mail Results 🔎. The mail results tool lets you send your website visitors their calculated results directly to their inboxes, and sends you a copy of their results, too.
- Order Form 🔎. Start taking orders by adding the Order Form tool to your calculator. Collect customer names, contact details and other information, and receive email alerts when orders are submitted.
- PayPal Payment Button 🔎. Easily accept one-off payments through Calconic’s simple PayPal integration. Add a PayPal payment button to your calculator and start accepting payments directly on your website.