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Working with ConditionsAsked by aclctutoring on April 12, 2012 at 05:50 PM
Say someone clicks "7-Week Session" on page 4, I have the condition set so that the person then navigates to the respective details page. Same goes for 5 and 3 weeks. My question is, if someone picks 7 or 5 Weeks, is there a way to have the following page (upon clicking "Next", be "Payment Information" (page #8). The point being, I don't want users to have to navigate through a sessions they aren't intersted in.
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I think you could try to set up shown/hidden fields, based on conditions
Please kindly refer to this guide in order to easily accomplish what you are looking for.
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To expound further on my colleague's response, you simply need to add a skip to page condition that involves a field on each of the week pages (3,5,7).
Since the "Your Session Rate" field for each "week pages" seems to be required, adding conditions such as this should do the trick:
Here is a clone of your form I created to demonstrate this solution for you:
Perfect! Thanks for the help.