- ash whiteAsked on July 12, 2014 at 06:02 AM
I have a fairly complex form to produce and wondered whether Jotform could facilitate this.
The goal is to provide users with 3 ranges of price for a catalogue of products.
The form will comprise of the following three steps:
Step 1 - Choose Product (Image based - Cad wireframe of product)
Step 2 - Choose Style (Image based - full Cad colour image of product)
Step 3 - Choose Size (2 x dropdowns for Width and Height)
Upon form submission, the form will produce 3 results for quality ranges - Bronze, Silver, Gold.
I will need the fields of Steps 2 & 3 to be pre-populated with data based on the selection of Step 1.
I have all possible results in a matrix table for each product which I can breakdown. I don't need the form to make any calculations as such. Just spit out the data I already have.
I'm just unsure if I can pre-populate the form from an image based selector first (step 1) and then have the entire form output three results.
Is this possible?
- JotForm SupportjonathanAnswered on July 12, 2014 at 09:15 AM
I still think this is possible to achieve. Take a look at the custom order form on this website
What we suggest you do for initial preparation is create your order form. Do not worry yet about the pre-population difficulty if using the image selector.
What we need to first is to be able to establish the basic structure of the form that is working as required.
Please create the form on its simplest structure but with the base functionality on how you wanted it to work.
Inform us once you have the form ready and we will see how we can assist you build the desired form.