My submit button does not show??

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    langfordc
    Asked on October 30, 2017 at 06:18 AM

    Hi,

    My form does not bring up the submit button

    I have written conditions based on the No of Adults (e.g. 2) when i complete the details it does not bring up the submit button?

    Thank you!

    Craig

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    Rose
    Answered on October 30, 2017 at 08:51 AM

    Your submit button is hided due to the condition logic you set up. First of all, if you have a multipage form and if you want to show next pages according to user selection, we can suggest you to use "Hide Page" condition instead of "Show/Hide Field" condition logic. Because, you are currently using Show/Hide Field condition logic and when you hide all the fields and page breaks on the other pages, it won't be possible to reach the last page where the submit button is located in some cases. So, if you want your form works as you expected, please make following modifications on your form.


    As I understood from your current condition, you want to show other pages according to selection of " How many adults" field on the first page. So, please follow the instructions here below: 


    1. Add another page to your form and move submit button from page 9 to this last page:


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    2. Disable/Delete your all the conditions except the following ones:


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    3. Then, you need to set up your conditions based on the following content:


    - If the "How many adults" field is empty, you need to hide pages from page 2 to page 10, except page 10 to show submit button. If you do not want to show submit button when this field is empty, you can also hide page 10. 

    - If the selection of " How many adults" field is equal to "1",you need to hide pages from page 3 to page 10, except page 10 to show submit button.

    - If the selection of " How many adults" field is equal to "2",you need to hide pages from page 4 to page 10, except page 10 to show submit button and so on.

    - - If the selection of " How many adults" field is equal to "3",you need to hide pages from page 5 to page 10, except page 10 to show submit button and so on.

    - If the selection of " How many adults" field is equal to "4",you need to hide pages from page 6 to page 10, except page 10 to show submit button and so on.

    - If the selection of " How many adults" field is equal to "5",you need to hide pages from page 7 to page 10, except page 10 to show submit button and so on.

    - If the selection of " How many adults" field is equal to "6",you need to hide pages from page 8 to page 10, except page 10 to show submit button and so on.

    - If the selection of " How many adults" field is equal to "7",you need to hide only page 9. 

    Here are the conditions set up based on the idea above:

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    Here is the result of how the form will look like after the above changes:

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    You may also get help from the following user guide to set up your conditions:

    https://www.jotform.com/help/350-How-to-Skip-Pages-Using-Conditional-Logic

    If you need any further assistance by our side, please feel free to contact us. We would be pleased to assist you for any issue you may have.