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Can I assign different sets of numbers to the same input mask box?Asked by TinkAbells on July 25, 2014 at 10:21 AM
Sorry, but I a new to this. I want to know if I can have different discount codes using this input mask box and if it will only accept the right number being put in? When I tested it, and hovered over the field, it actually showed the discount code, which I don't actually want displayed, but want a specific number to be recognised off a voucher. What is the best way to do this. They are six digit codes. Thanks in advance.
Is this the form?
If so there are two ways.
One is that you add a Purchase Order field, under Payment Tools:
And then defining coupon codes
If you do not wish to use the Purchase Order field you can add conditions and define in the conditions which are the accepted codes:
And define which action happens if these codes are selected. One option is that submit button is displayed if these codes are inserted. But as some people perhaps don't have a discount code, it is better to define a default value:
And then adding a condition that also shows the submit button if this value (the default one is displayed), as shown above.
You can test and clone the form if you wish:
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