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Is there an easy way to have an image change when a dropdown selection is made?Asked by rendered on July 25, 2016 at 04:24 PM
I want my customer to be able to select an option from a dropdown and then have a corresponding image appear based on what they have chosen.
I know it is possible using conditions but since I have about 40 different selections/images I didn't want to clutter up the editing page. Is there a simpler way/cleaner way to do this. Maybe a widget that I don't know about?
So you mean that you would like a clean quick way to display an image on your form in relation to what is selected on a dropdown field.
That's an interesting idea and I can see how something like that might be useful if you have a lot of images so I believe that is the reason we made a few of our image widgets.
Aside from that though unfortunately, as far as I'm aware of conditional logic is the only way you can do this currently and there really isn't another way around it to speed that up yet either.
I have some good news about something that may possibly be of interest to you for this which I forgot to mention yesterday so I do apologize about that.
Please check out our DDslick Widget ( http://widgets.jotform.com/widget/ddslick_dropdown ) which is basically a dropdown but you can add different images inside of it.
So that might be of potential use to you for something like what you are trying to achieve.
Thanks for this. Its working great!