- kooyman_sAsked on April 26, 2016 at 03:46 PM
I want to achieve two things with this form. I made a clone for you to work with called "Clone of 5 Star Sign in Strategy - Set up Details"
I will work in the original to try things out while I wait to hear from you. Hopefully, I hear from you soon. Very soon because I'm sure that you will have a better solution.
As you can tell I have a price point set for a single location, double location, three locations, and a special pricing that I will send them an invoice on for 4 or more locations.
So question # 1. I want the sections that pertain to the different locations say anything that deals with location 2 to only show up only when the two locations question is asked. The same thing when three locations is asked everything for location two and three to show. Otherwise if only one location or four or more then just the main location info. to show.
Question #2. I want to make this also a payment form based on what they have marked on the number of locations. It seemed like when I created the other payment forms that if I put more than one to click that it would delete the others that I have in place. So would it be better to break this up based upon the individual payments first and have a link take them first maybe to the a hyperlink off of it to a payment page and then redirect them back to the separate pages and just have this form copied over into the different groups. Showing one form geared just for one location details and payment. Another to two location details and payment and so on? That is what I will start to work with while waiting for your answer but if you have a better solution I am all ears!
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- JotForm SupportdavidAnswered on April 26, 2016 at 06:25 PM
To show/hide sections of fields, I would recommend using form collapses:
Here is an example set up in a clone of your form:
I added a dropdown field to select the location, then a form collapse for each section. I then added conditions to show each form collapse based on location.
You can clone the form to your own account to see how it is set up:
As for attaching cost to selections, you can give options calculation values:
Total those values up in a calculation field:
Then pass that total to your payment field:
I know that is a lot of information to take in, if you have any questions about any of it, let us know and we will be happy to help.