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    Is there a way that i can get rid of the radio button required to be cl

    Asked by hanspecans on June 11, 2012 at 06:01 PM

    Is there a way that i can get rid of the radio button required to be clicked before the user hits submit? It seems pointless and confusing since this is not a question but a buying form. The submit, or BUY NOW as i have changed it to should be enough.

    thanks!



    This is a re-post of a comment on PayPal Forms

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    Answered by jeanettebmz on June 11, 2012 at 06:19 PM

    Hi

    I believe this demo form made by my colleague Abajan, has the functionality you want.

    NOTE: Please have in mind this is an example

    Unfortunately, there appears to be no way to get this to work without getting a copy of the form's full source from the form builder and embedding it into your site.

    Here's what to do:

    1. Insert a free text field in the position illustrated by idarktech, paste this code into its work area, click "Complete" and save the form

    2. Click the "Setup & Embed" tab, then Embed Form and when the "Embed Form Wizard" pops up, click Source and then copy the code provided

    3. Paste the code into a web page of your own and then add the following onClick event to the input tag of the "12 Cupcakes (1 Dozen)" element: onclick="this.checked=!this.checked;"

    4. Save your changes

    (If you view the source of my colleague's demo form, you will see exactly where the onClick event should go.)

    If you need additional assistance with this, please let us know.

    Jeanette