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I am trying to make it so that if a customer answers a certain way, they will be see the "you do not qualify" message.Asked by alfforms on May 23, 2013 at 02:44 PM
I tried to create a separate page on which I had this message only. Then I created a condition that said if answer is equal to yes, go to page 15. I had this at the end of the form because basically, I don't want them to be able to complete the form if they don't qualify. The problem is that when someone does qualify, they go through the entire form and come the this page at the end anyway because of the "next" arrow. It seems that putting it on a separate page will always be a problem because the next arrow will cause those who get to it by just being able to answer the question correctly, will eventually run into it in the end.
I just did a workarround and I finally got a solution for this.
Simply hide that next button in the last page using custom css. I found that the Id of that button is form-pagebreak-next_140
so simply inject the following css code.
display: none !important;
Like as shown below
Hope this will solve your Problem.
Feel free to ask for further clarification.
This worked great. Thank you!