May 31, 2015 at 8:56 pm 45764
To show you what I mean, I have set up a simple check box that a user tick if they are adding an animal, in order to add more details. When a user tick this, it shows the additional 2 fields (Are they, and Gender). The conditional logic works fine on this, if the box is ticked, they are shown, if it isn’t, then they remain hidden.
I need the same thing to happen when a user selects Animal from the list, rather than needing to tick another box. If you look on the site, I have set up the form to have logic for both the listbox and the new checkbox, to show that it is not working. The checkbox logic is fine, but it just ignores what is selected in the listbox, the custom taxonomies. This tells me that your plugin is not working correctly when trying to use conditional logic against custom taxonomies.
It would be great if we could get the plugin to work as intended, without having to add additional, unnecessary fields as a workaround.
June 1, 2015 at 1:42 pm 45808
June 1, 2015 at 3:36 pm 45826
The logic based around the custom taxonomie does not work, no matter what I do, it does not work. All I want is for the “Are They…” and “Gender” checboxes to show if the user selected “Animals” from the custom taxonomie listbox, and hide if they chose anything else.
I have put an additional checkbox in which asks if the user is entering an animal, and if they are to click here to enter more details, and that shows and hides the other checkboxes fine, the logic works fine on that, but does not on the custom taxonomie, whether that checkbox is there or not. I have only put that checkbox there to fix the issue with the custom taxonomie logic.
June 1, 2015 at 4:45 pm 45840
You must be customization the plugin for the “Are They…” and “Gender” checkboxes to show if the user selected “Animals” from the custom taxonomies listbox, and hide if they chose anything else.