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Difficult and possible?Asked by bartojanssen on October 15, 2013 at 11:10 AM
I want to make a page like http://testdeembarazo24.com , with on every page a question , and a next button, but on page 10 at the end of all question the end result of all 10 questions.
It is very feasible to create the pages 1-10 with the same questions here on JotForm.
However, I would like to point out that the pagination system on the website is not a feature or an intended design for JotForm to do.
Our pagination system consists of only "Back" and "Next" buttons.
I would also like to point out that JotForm does not have a feature to summarize filled data at the end of the form before submission. However, there is a feature that JotForm lets your users to save their session and come back later date or continue filling up the form sometime later.
Please refer to the following guides on how to do this:
If you look at my website now www.futboldirecto.eu , is it not possible that there is a jotform script dat counts the yes and no (si and no) and give the result at the final page
At the moment there is no feature yet for JotForm to count the positive choices even if it is using a Matrix Field.
However, you might be able to do this but out of JotForm scope. You need to enable HTTP POST
1. Click "Setup & Embed"
2. Click "Preferences"
3. Click "Advanced Settings" Tab from Preferences Window
This setting will enable the form to send the data to the next page after it submits the data to JotForm servers.
You need to configure the Thank You page URL to where this POST data will be submitted
1. Click "Setup & Embed"
2. Click "Thank You"
3. Choose "Custom URL" and click Next
4. Paste the URL of the page that will receive the POST variables. POST variables contain all the values of the submitted form and will pass it on the server of your webpage
All you need to do is to create this page and devise a script particularly a server side script using PHP or ASP where it can get this POST variables and do a computation on the number of positive or negative choices. It then returns the output in HTML format.
If you need further assistance, feel free to post your concerns here on the forum. Thanks