Support » Plugin: Contact Form 7 Multi-Step Forms » “Previous” Button not displaying

  • Hello there,
    I’m having an issue with “Previous” Button.
    It worked during first tests but now is not shown anymore. Seems that something sets style="display: none;" for it.

    Here’s my equipment:
    CF7 5.1.6
    Multi-Step Forms Pro 4.0.1
    CF7 Conditional Fields 1.7.9
    CF7 Dynamic Text Extension (not used in this forum)
    running on WP 4.9.13

    This is the code generated on the page:
    <input type="button" value="Indietro" class="wpcf7-form-control wpcf7-previous sc_button_hover_fade" style="display: none;">

    • This topic was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by bipolab.
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  • Plugin Author webheadcoder


    The previous button is hidden when there is no previous url to visit. This should only happen on the first step of the form, but if for some reason other steps don’t have a previous url, it will hide it.

    When the previous button without a previous url is clicked, the result is usually a 404 page where it tries to go to a page.

    Do you have the form available online somewhere? i can take a look.

    Could you help me
    I create 2 form, but 1 form previour button working, 1 form previour button display none

    Actually the form has two steps.
    But page two does not show the link back to first page (with first step).

    Try here

    Plugin Author webheadcoder



    Thank you for the example form. I’m finding that the url in the multistep tag needs to be the exact same url that is displayed in the browser. WordPress has a trailing slash in its urls so all the multistep tag urls need to have a trailing slash.

    So your multistep tag should look like one of these:

    [multistep multistep-123 first_step ""]
    [multistep multistep-123 first_step "/iscrizione-summer-camp-passo-2/"]

    Sorry for the inconvenience. I’ll be updating the plugin soon so the urls don’t need to be so exact. but until then this is what you can do.

    Fixed this way.
    Thank you!

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