Conditional Logic In Web Forms

Conditional Logic In Web Forms

Conditional Logic allows you to configure your form to show or hide fields, sections, pages or even the submit button based on user selections. This allows you to easily control what information your user is asked to provide on your WordPress powered site and tailor the form specifically to their needs.

Field – Conditional Logic In Web Forms

Apply conditional logic to a field to show or hide that field based on a previous user selection.

Section – Conditional Logic In Web Forms

Apply conditional logic to a section break to show or hide that entire section. All fields up to the next section break will have that conditional logic applied to them.

Page – Conditional Logic In Web Forms

Using conditional logic on a page break allows you to show or hide that entire Page of form fields. Conditional logic can also be applied to the Next button of a Page.

Conditional Logic In Web Forms

Submit Button Conditional Logic

You can apply conditional logic to the submit button of a form which will prevent it from being submitted unless certain selections are made.

Order Forms

With pricing fields, Gravity Forms makes it’s easy to create Order Forms in WordPress. Order forms can incorporate pricing specific fields to allow your users to make selections and generate a total based on product and option selections.

Product Fields

Allow users to select from one or multiple products using the product field. This is the primary pricing field used to generate the order total.

Option Fields

Does your product have options? Do T-shirts have sizes? Use the option field to add options for your product. Options can impact the total price.

Shipping Methods

Allow your user to select a shipping method. Shipping methods are predefined and can impact the total price.

Total Fields

We’ve added an option to the total field allows you to quickly display the total for the order based on pricing field selections.

PayPal Add-On for Payments

With the PayPal Add-On you can quickly and easily integrate your order form with the PayPal payment system.

Web Form Customization

Gravity Forms is extremely powerful out of the box and even more powerful when you think outside the box. With a wide variety of action and filter hooks at your disposal, WordPress developers can customize Gravity Forms functionality using our extensiveAPI.

Form Loading

Gravity Forms has a collection of hooks that can be used to manipulate the form data before the form is displayed. Tasks such as adding drop down items dynamically or pre-populating field values can be accomplished using them.

Form Submission

A variety of hooks exist that allow you to manipulate the entry data when the user submits the form. Tasks such as integrating with third party systems and dynamic notification routing can be accomplished using them.

Administration

Gravity Forms hooks can be used to allow the customization of certain elements within the Gravity Forms Administration tool.

Role Management

Gravity Forms introduces new capabilities to the WordPress Role system. We recommend using the Members plugin for role management. This plugin integrates with Gravity Forms out of the box and is available for download here.

Web Form Layout & Styling

Gravity Forms comes styled to work out of the box with just about any theme. If the defaults aren’t your cup of tea, we’ve also made it really easy to customize the look and feel of your form.

Easy to Customize

Every element in a Gravity Form can be targeted either directly by a class name, unique ID or by using CSS inheritance so you can completely change the look & feel of your form.

Configurable Layouts

There are 3 built-in label placement options as well as options for basic field sizes. For most of the fields, the user can define additional class names in order to apply additional custom styles or to target elements for other types of manipulation.

Pre-defined CSS Classes

Want a 2 column form layout? Gravity Forms makes it quick & easy with pre-defined CSS Ready Classes. Just add the class name to the field in the form editor and your work is done.

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