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image selectorAsked by bryansbc on January 07, 2016 at 08:28 AM
Hi I follow the guide to select a image base on dropdown condition but couldnt get it to work nor clone the form. Please help
You need to first add Image fields into your form, in order to be able to set conditions on these images:
After that, simply open up Conditions, and add a new Show condition based on a Drop Down field that you desire:
Please add as many images as you want to conditionally show, and set up conditions to show the image when its corresponding option is selected in the Drop Down. Please let us know if you need further clarifications or assistance, we will be happy to help.
You Guys rock. Will be signing up for paid services after testing all the form feature. btw any place i can pay for someone to work on the form background and artwork other than the ready theme?
But how do i make reference to multiple image. I am able only to upload one image
You are most welcome. I'm afraid that we do not provide any services for customized form building, you may need to hire an outside third party to help you with building your forms. We do however help with any assistance you may need for setting up your form, but we do not actually set up / build forms for you.
When it comes to referencing multiple images, you would need to add an Image field to the form for each of the images you wish to display. So in order to set up conditions for conditionally showing 1 of 5 images, you would need to add the Image field 5 times to the form.
By using a Show condition, we are making sure that even when there are multiple Image fields on the form, only that one or those few images for which a show conditional rule has been met, will be visible to the user.
Let us know if you need further assistance or clarifications, and we'll do our best to assist you in setting it up.