Support » Plugin: Dynamic Conditions » DynamicConditions using with Crocoblock

  • I’m working on a new site, using Elementor and Crocoblock, JetEngine in particular. I’m using JetEngine to create a custom post type with meta fields. One of those fields is a checkbox field with 6 options. For each option, I would like to display an image/icon when option is checked. So I use 6 images and each image the DynamicConditions is used in that image. The condition is the image is displayed, when the (checkbox) field contains the option (text string). But the images are not shown with this condition set.

    The link above is temporary.

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  • Plugin Author rtowebsites

    (@rtowebsites)

    Hello @helmuthgoebel.

    we do not know how Crocoblock and JetEngine works. But we are sure, we will find a solution for you.

    Can you maybe send us the Debug-Mode informations? Often it helps to add the Dynamic Tag you want to use into a Title widget to see what the output is.

    With ACF we got it work to add icons based on a checkbox inside the post. We use the True/Flase field for that. And we check if the field is empty (not checked) or not (checked).

    Seems like we was to slow for the temporary link.

    Thread Starter Helmut Göbel

    (@helmuthgoebel)

    I’m sorry, I forgot to disable maintenance mode. Now you can take a look.

    You’ll see the line “Bargeld | VISA-Karte”. This is the content from a check box field. Each checkbox should enable displaying one of the images. But all 6 images are displayed (other than explained in my first post).

    Plugin Author rtowebsites

    (@rtowebsites)

    Hello @helmuthgoebel,

    sry for the long time to respond, between the years and so on.

    Can you please enable the Debug-Mode for all icons and make a screenshot for us? Thank you!

    I am having the same problem.

    JetEngine places complex code into the database field for a check box.

    It looks like this:

    a:1:{s:8:”included”;s:4:”true”;}
    where “included” is the text we have jetengine to use as the label for the checkbox

    when we compare this text to the custom field for the checkbox Dynamic Conditions says the condition is not met even when it is.

    it is even worse with a select variable

    Plugin Author rtowebsites

    (@rtowebsites)

    Hello @ddeveny,

    we are sorry for that, but we do not know how JetEngine works. Since the DynamicTag-Value is empty we can not say anything bout it without investigate it.

    We do not own that Plugin, so we can not debug it right now.

    We will try to get in touch with them to find a solution.

    Thank you.

    We use other jetengine fields with dynamic conditions. But just text fields.

    Could the punctuation in the checkbox field output be causing a problem.

    Do you have a syntax for comparison values with punctuation, like the curly brackets.

    Plugin Author rtowebsites

    (@rtowebsites)

    Hello @ddeveny,

    Crocoblock has spend us a free copy of JetEngine to investigate the Problems further.

    We will inform you about the results as soon as possible.

    Plugin Author rtowebsites

    (@rtowebsites)

    Hello @ddeveny,

    we can not confirm any problems with the selects. For the checkboxes we can confirm the issue and already send the issue with a solution suggestion to crocoblock, We will keep you updated.

    Plugin Author rtowebsites

    (@rtowebsites)

    Hello again,

    crocoblock is now investigate our solution for the problem and check how they can fix the issue.

    We will keep you updated.

    Thread Starter Helmut Göbel

    (@helmuthgoebel)

    Sounds great. Normally Crosoblock is very fast in fixing issues. Go, Andrey, go!

    Any new about this?
    I have exactly the same problem?

    I am working on something similar HIDE OR SHOW something when a meta field has value “x”…

    I endedn up creating a [shortcode] installed a custom plugin whre im going to put a function inside. This function will check if those fields were selected.

    I am building that code, right now.

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