I’m in search of a possible plugin to allow a user to select an option from a dropdown menu, and whatever they select, it’ll show information specific to that item that was selected.
I have a table with information for 3 different counties, which means that for each item depending on the county, will have different information.
Here’s an example that a client liked on this website’s right rail bar–http://timetorecycle.org/ It lists 3 dropdowns and when you select an item on “What do I do with…?”, it’ll show a pop-up window with the information specific to that county.
I was wondering if there is something I can utilize into the page content to do something similar (not necessary a pop-up window, but just show the info the person selected)?
Does this make sense? I can’t seem to find anything. Closest thing I can do is use tabs or an accordian for each county and list EVERYTHING under neath, which would be VERY VERY long with the amount of content I have.
Just to complement my information, in my case the dropdown would no look for post. In fact I have a table of information, lets say first column would be displayed as dropdown, then, according to what the user selects, the respective information would be displayed in the screen. I was trying to show it in a sidebar. Just in case any person has seen a plugin that might help, it would be nice. Thank you in advance!
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