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After I embed an iframe in my form, what do I do with it, for multiple paymentst?Asked by mretreat on October 12, 2015 at 07:13 PM
After I embed the iframe, inside that box, there is a little box that is a clone of my form where I can scroll up and down.. I embedded it right before the payment section. Maybe I have the wrong URL?
I have spent hours trying to figure it out, thinking I am missing something. I printed out the instruction pages: "how to create a basic multiple payment form", and "how to add a widget to your form." I am not very knowledgeable with computer things.
My form needs to have a column for each item selected, so I can total them at the bottom, because we will have 300 replies. My form needs to total the items chosen, and then carried over to payment (2 choices of paying - either by Stripe or by check). I am lost.....any help would be appreciated.
I am using the clone of the form, so I don't do something wrong. Clone of Mothers' Retreat form
Since you only have to two payment types, stripe and check, I think embedding a separate form isn't necessary. Hiding the payment field through condition when check payment is selected is sufficient. You can also show the product list (using regular checkbox) so users can still select which product/services they want when paying via check.
I have cloned your form for you, I added the condition as well as a separate checkbox with the product list for check payments and improved it's style a bit. You can clone this form back if you want.
After cloning the form, make sure to connect the stripe payment field to your stripe account again.
So when you select check payment, a separate checkbox with the product list should appear. This should not require any payment once the form is submitted.
If you need further clarifications, let us know.
Thanks so much. I was able to follow what you said above, and went into the "conditions" icon and wrote down the items on the conditions tab so that I can repeat it for next year. I really appreciate your fast reply.