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How to add drop down feature on form submissionAsked by chiragvora123 on June 24, 2014 at 01:26 AM
Is there any way through which I can display the graph placed below the survey in a way like
1. User fills all the answers of the question
2. User then hits Submit
After this it should go down and display the graph
I am using a wordpress based website http://www.getcsr.com/
How to do this
You mean something like this form http://www.jotform.me/form/41741843425454
You can create a Visual Report using your Question form and then share the report to get the iframe embed code.
Then, add a TEXT field on your form and add the iframe embed code of the report.
Actually, you can also use the iframe embed code of the Visual Report to any web page.. like this
style="width:450px; height:810px; border:none;"
Hope this help. Inform us if you need further assistance.
Thanks for your response.
Not like that, I have my formulas and settings already setup in google spreadsheets. Based on the formula calculations which I have made, I have created a line graph.
<img src="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/oimg?key=0AkpZp6MVqYv1dE5SZjJIODB1WF9nZDR6b1ZJZjFPenc&oid=5&zx=w2zp0ak6w4mm" alt="" />
Its an image (line-graph). Currently this is located just below the survey form (URL mentioned in question). Now what I want is as soon as the user hits submit, it should display thank you and automatically move down (may be through anchor tags) and show the end-user the graph which I have created.
Thank you for clarifying that.
From what I understand now, you were trying to do this in the form's Custom Thank You Message. But unfortunately, the form's custom thank you message have a very limited option for customization, which makes it not possible to achieve what you wanted to do.
What you can do instead is use the form's Custom URL Thank You page
and use an auto-redirect URL and using anchor tags move to a section on the web page.
Inform us if you need further assistance.
Okay. Thanks for the response.