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    hide/show condition

    Asked by MWSPI_Forms on February 05, 2013 at 10:26 AM

    I have tried to set conditions on my form so that when a radio field is selected as yes, the submit option is hidden but it does not post that way when you accesss the form from the URL. The first condition works where if the radio field is empty to hide both the submit and the page break, but not the other conditions where if yes is selected to hide the submit option. 


    please help




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    Answered by Deygus on February 05, 2013 at 10:56 AM

    I have made some corrections to your form's conditions as seen in this demo here http://form.jotform.us/form/30354783610148. Please let me know if this is what you were trying to do otherwise if it meets your request you can go ahead and clone it back so that you have it with the updated conditions.

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    Answered by MWSPI_Forms on February 05, 2013 at 11:08 AM

    Thank you, That is what I was trying to do, but I need to make about 75 more pages identical to this first one. Is there a way to duplicate pages? including those ending conditions? 


    If not, I can manually duplicate it, I just need to know what I was doing wrong in setting the coniditions so I can repeat those on the next 74 pages. 


    Thank you

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    Answered by Deygus on February 05, 2013 at 11:38 AM

    You are welcome. 8o)

    To be honest the way a pagebreak works it is all setup on one form and the pagebreak is used to break up a really long form into pages so that it appears shorter.

    Probably the best way I think this would work out for you is for you to add your next section below the first page break with all of your questions that you want to show up on the second page then add in a second pagebreak but leave the submit button as the very last field or you can also use multiple submit buttons if that is easier for you. When you get to the second pagebreak you will then need to open up the Conditions Wizard look and replicate 2 more conditions to use for the second pagebreak. The only thing that you should have to change at this point would be to readjust the questions so that they are further down the list to match the second pagebreak but the conditions and actions themselves should still match the first pagebreak. It is advised that you then test this to make sure it is working. It is best to test it each time you add in conditions to avoid conflicts and confusion since the more conditions you add the more troublesome it can become if you don't so this is a good rule of thumb to have to help you combat further problems. 

    If everything is going smoothly at this point you can then continue it and replicate it on down your form for each part but if you have more problems just let us know so we can help you along on this.