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How can link the results of my form to particular webpages?Asked by jason on March 05, 2015 at 11:26 AM
I want to create a form with only 2 dropdown boxes. One box will represent inches in width, the other will be inches in height. Once the 2 dropdown boxes' numbers (inches) has been selected, and the user submits the form, I want the form to redirect to a particular linked web page on my website shopping cart.
Example: The user selects 30" wide, and 30" tall for a window size on the form. They then select "Submit". The browser automatically redirects to the 30x30 window on my shopping cart. Here is the link for that particular size: http://gardenwindow.co/Garden-Window-3030A-3030A.htm
Can you please help? Each combination in both dropdown boxes will result in being directed to different product pages. This form is like a quick search feature to direct the viewer to the correct product, rather than scrolling through all the possibilities on my shopping cart website in order to find the right size window.
This is definitely possible using conditional logic in your form:
You would setup conditions for your different thank you page URL's:
This will allow you to redirect your users to whatever page you would like upon completion of submission, depending on what is entered in your form.
Let us know if you have any further questions or if you need any help setting this up and we will be happy to see what we can do.