Please use Conditional Fields instead.

NOTE: in Edit mode, all fields will be visible, so the conditions will be applied only on the front end.

You can find the new Tab "Condition" in the Form Fields Controls and Submit Button section.

  • Always Visible, by default, all Form Fields have no conditions for standard behavior;

  • Always Hidden, activable only on Submit Button conditions;

  • Show IF, activate the Field only if the conditions are satisfied;

  • Hide IF, deactivate the Field if certain conditions are satisfied.

Single Condition

In this case, the "Multiple conditions" setting is set to "Single".

  • Field ID, type the Field ID, for example name;

  • Operator, the control operation will be done on the selected field;
    empty / not empty, check if any value is set for the selected field;
    equals to / not equals, check if an exact value is set for the selected field;
    greater than / lass then / or equal check if the field is >=, >, < or <= to a specific value;
    contains / not contains, verify if a set value there is a specific substring;
    is checked / not checked, specif for Checkbox, Acceptance, and Radio, if multiple Checkbox you can also define for which specific Value.

  • Value, optional, not all Operator need it, it can be also inserted as a Dynamic Tag;

  • Disable only, by default the field which condition is not satisfied is hidden, enabling this setting it will be visible but with HTML attribute disabled.

Multiple Conditions

In this case, the "Multiple conditions" setting is set to "Multiple".

  • Fields IDs, type the Field IDs separated by a comma. For example name,message;

  • Operator, as for the single condition, you cannot assign once per field;

  • Multiple Values, write each value per line, in the same order of the Field IDs;

  • Logic Operator, the logic AND (each condition must be satisfied) or OR (at least one condition must be satisfied).

Submit Button

All conditions can be applied also to the Submit Button.

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