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[Resolved] Dynamic Dropdown

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  • davejampole, thanks for replying, but the thread you included has nothing to do with my request.

    Still searching for an answer …

    I want to do the same thing. I figure an easy way of doing it is by using javascript to manipulate the DOM

    <!– Tricky area, make the form element appear and dissapear
    as if by magic using div containers and Javascript – MA 2013 –>

    [radio play_list_q id:play_list_q “Make a Play List” “Don’t bother”]

    <div wants_play_list>
    
    [select* MusicStyle id:music_style  "All Music" "Classic Rock" "Rock" "Techno" "R&B" "C&W"]
    
    </div>

    So it would be nice to add the functionality to only show the content in the <div wants_play_list> IF the value of play_list_q == “Make a Play List”

    It would be really nice to have a VALUE tag here as well:

    [radio play_list_q id:play_list_q "Make a Play List" val1 = do "Don't bother" val2 = dont]

    I am looking at the code tonight. If I find a quick and easy anser I’ll post it. Any Contact Form Gurus with any ideas, please feel free to suggest sumptin! 😉

    Cheers
    Mark Addinall.

    Hi addinall,

    Any progress with this?

    I was able to finally achieve this with a bit of tweaking to Gravity Forms

    Still working on it. My customer has some VERY complicated requirements, so I am writing two new plugins to handle the forms. Will post it when I have finished!

    Actually found a great plugin. Quform. Highly reccomended.

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