# Fields

YOOtheme Pro allows adding new fields to the builder. These fields can be used to add new input methods for the administrator in the backend of the Customizer.

For example, you can add a new field to avoid having to use a select field or a text field.

# Creating a new Field

A field is a new VueJs component that deals with the input. Here's a simple example from our codebase that adds a new number field, for example in module/assets/number.vue

  <input v-model="val" v-bind="attributes" class="uk-input" type="number">


let {FieldText} = window.$fields || {}
let {isNumeric, toFloat} = window.UIkit;

export default {

  // We're extending the default text field from YOOtheme Pro
  extends: FieldText,

  computed: {

    mod() {
      return toFloat(this.field.modifier || 0);

    val: {

      get() {
        return isNumeric(this.value) ? toFloat(this.value) + this.mod : this.value;

      set(value) {
        this.value = isNumeric(value) ? toFloat(value) - this.mod : undefined;




You will need to then register this field so that it can be used as any other field. The naming of the field is quite strict: FieldYooessentials[YourName] to use is as a your-name field

// modules/assets/customizer.js

import Number from './number.vue';

// the name of the field
window.$fields.FieldYooessentialsNumber = Number;

Of course, being a VueJs field, this needs to be compiled using a preprocessor tool like Rollup (opens new window)

Once this javascript code has been compiled, for example into a module/assets/customizer.min.js file, you can load that javascript using the standard YOOtheme Pro Asset Loading (opens new window) using the customizer.init event

// config.php

include_once __DIR__ . '/src/AssetsListener.php';

return [

    'events' => [

        'customizer.init' => [
            AssetsListener::class => ['initCustomizer', -10]


// src/AssetListener.php

use YOOtheme\Metadata;

class AssetsListener
    public static function initCustomizer(Metadata $metadata)
        // Script file
        $metadata->set('script:your-module-fields', ['src' => 'assets/customizer.min.js', 'defer' => true]);

And now, this new field can be used in any YOOtheme configuration!

  "fields": {
    "counter": {
        "label": "Example",
        "description": "A description text.",
        "type": "number"