- munirAsked on November 17, 2012 at 02:37 AM
i am creating a website that deals with hotel bookings, on the site i have 22 pages with 3 options on each.
i would like to have a link on each of the options "select this hotel" and when selected it adds it to the main form.
once the client has chosen all the hotels they are interested in they go to the page "submit enquiry" this page has the jotform with the options they chose and additional information ie name, address date in etc.
also whilst on the form, the hotels chosen need a tab to choose number of nights wanted.
is this possible and if yes how do i go about it?
- JotForm SupportliyamAnswered on November 17, 2012 at 03:19 AM
Hello Munir. What you're trying to achieve is possible. JotForm can catch URL based (GET parameters) for pre-filling the form.
So first, what you need to do is on every page that you wish, create a link there that provides a URL parameter that the form will catch to get the value. You can get the idea of passing parameters to pre-populate your form on this user guide. Also, you can also insert conditional logic options on forms if in case you wish to insert some hide/show options depending on the options selected by the client.
Can you provide us the most complex scenario on your form to process? This way we can help you build your form.