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    Hello,
    I need a form with different text results for each question (radiobuttons) after submitting, so I have e.g. 8 yes-no-questions, every single choice generates a text (or description), which the user will get, after submitting.
    Thanks,
    Bettina

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  • Your wish can be realised with different WordPress forms. E.g. with WPForms in the paid version: https://wpforms.com/features/conditional-logic/
    Or with a plugin for Contact Form 7 (free of charge): https://de.wordpress.org/plugins/cf7-conditional-fields/

    Since you wrote “Everything else WordPress” in the forum, I’m not sure if you want to develop it yourself. With PHP, of course, it could be done completely independently of WordPress. To do this, you would have to come up with a concept of how you want to realise the inputs and how you want to process them. The concrete procedure, however, is beyond the scope of this post – also because I am not sure whether you are referring to it.

    Thread Starter artports

    (@artports)

    Hello,
    Unfortunately, the conditional logic in wpforms and cf7 is only, that I can show or hide fields directly, when filling in the form. I need to show the content after submitting.
    With PHP it would be possible, but the website is done with WordPress.

    Conditional form confirmations are also possible with WPForms: https://wpforms.com/docs/how-to-create-conditional-form-confirmations/

    Wordpress is based on PHP. You could also write your own WordPress-plugin to use hooks of WPForms to achieve your goal.

    Thread Starter artports

    (@artports)

    But the conditional confirmation should be composed of the text modules from each question resp. answer.

    That sounds like a very individual implementation. This would probably only be feasible with the above-mentioned individual WordPress plugin.

    Thread Starter artports

    (@artports)

    I think so, too. This might only be solved by PHP. Thanks.

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