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Is it possible to create a button at the top of the form that, when clicked, shows the rest of the form?Asked by pwrecruitment on May 19, 2016 at 05:24 AM
I am embedding a form on to a website and would like an "Apply Now" button at the top of the form which, when clicked, shows the first question of the form below. Is this possible?
You can use the Collapse field as the container of all the other elements/fields of the form below the Apply button.
You will condition logic to Skip page gives an illusion of the show hide option.
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