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  • #32146

    Rob
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    Has anyone worked out a way of creating multi-page forms, or a good way of displaying long forms?

    Thx

    #32147

    Nayem
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    Hello Rob,

    I am not clear about your question. Can you please describe me in more details?.

    Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

    #32161

    Scott
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    I would also like to see page breaks added as a form item so we can setup multipage registration and post forms.

    #32179

    Rob
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    Post count: 101

    Thanks Nayem.

    I understand that WPUF does not support multi-page forms (yet?). However I need to solve the problem of long forms now.

    So:

    • Is multi-paging on your to-do list? If so, what is the time frame (weeks or years)?
    • Has anyone found a way of creating forms that are broken down into user-friendly chunks, and then link them up together in some way?
    • what about css/js changes for a section break?

    Thx

    #32183

    Rob
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    More: for example, can I use a <!-- next ---> tag, and if so, how?

    #32198

    Nayem
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    Post count: 6480

    Hello Rob,

    This is not possible right now. We do not have such kind of feature. But i will notify to our developer team about this feature and hope they will think about this feature.

    Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

    #32228

    Rob
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    Success: I think that I've found a useful workaround (I can't upload a screen dump here):

    • Create a radio field as the very first field, with options “page 1”, “page 2” etc or the page titles
    • Use this as a conditional for each of the form fields (ie every field has a condition “show if page 1 or 2…)
    • Tweak the css for the top field, possibly making it look like a tab.

    That's it! – it works extremely well.

    There are some limitations on other conditionals that you may need, but it's the best solution I've seen.

    #32270

    Sekander Badsha
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    Thanks Rob for being awesome!! ๐Ÿ˜€

    I have requested the team but they said “Nah”.

    So I was going to suggest you to use JavaScript to break the form. But be aware, breaking the form in parts might compromise the security.

    Glad that you made out a way and posted some instructions here.

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