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    How can I create conditions to show selection of customer ?

    Asked by Gretelshopping on April 22, 2015 at 01:45 PM


    My form is dedicated to customization of products I am selling on my website.

    Step 1 : they must choose 2 colors (Color 1) + (Color 2) that are presented in dropped down button for each color (color 1 to choose amongst 15 colors) + (color 2 to choose amongst 15 colors)

    Step 2 : Amongst these 2 selected colors, they have to choose one of the two color for each of the elements composing the item.

    Exemple. Element Woodcase : they have to choose color 1 or color 2 with Radio button and same selection for each of the 9 elements composing the final item to purchase.


    I would like the color they have chosen to appear in Letter instead of using "Color 1" and "Color 2" in the Radio buttons of each element. 

    Example : if they choose in Step 1 color 1 = BLACK and color 2 = WHITE, I would like BLACK to appear in Step 2 when they select color 1 and WHITE to appear when they select color 2.

    Is it possible ?

    Thanking you in advance for your assistance

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by Charlie on April 22, 2015 at 03:28 PM


    Unfortunately, we cannot make the radio buttons to dynamically change based from the selection of an input field. They have a fixed name and a value.

    Although, it could be done if you are familiar with Javascript and create your own function to do it, but you will need to use the form's full source code instead. This needs more technical work and is not advisable if you're constantly making changes to your form because changes that you made using the online form builder will not directly update the form if you will use the full source code on it to a website.

    Kind regards.