Have you ever wanted to change which content is shown on a post or page, based on a form selection such as a dropbox, radio button or checklist?
Here’s a working example of how to use conditional formatting to change the images and text that show up when you make a selection on the form.
Step by Step Instructions
We’ll go over the exact instructions (COMING SOON)
For starters, add a “select”, “checkbox” or “radio” field and set your options.
Next add an “HTML” field for each option you want to show or hide when selected and unselected.
In the “Visibility” tab, click “Rules”. Then choose the field you created in the select type above. Match the option in the select type to the option in the HTML field.
Repeat for each one, then save.
Add your forminator shortcode to the page, save and view your wonderful new dynamic content selection form!
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