This plugin adds conditional logic to Contact Form 7.
If you edit your CF7 form, you will see an additional tag called “Conditional fields Group”. Everything you put between the start and end tag will be hidden by default.
After you have added the field group(s), click Save and go to the “Conditional fields” tab to create one or more conditions that will make the group(s) appear.
Required fields can be used inside hidden groups without causing validation problems.
Conditional groups can now be added to the emails as well.
Just wrap the content with
[group-name] ... [/group-name] tags.
Groups can be nested, both in the form and in the email
[group group-1] [group group-inside-1] ... [/group] [/group]
[group-1] [group-inside-1] ... [/group-inside-1] [/group-1]
Advanced users can code up the conditions as plain text instead of using the select boxes, using the Text View.
Just like WordPress, the power of Contact Form 7 lies in its rich eco-system of extensions that build on top of it. However, it can be difficult to find a set of complex extensions that work well together.
That’s why I created Conditional Fields Pro. It adds some powerful features to Contact form 7 and guarantees that everything will run smoothly with Conditional Fields.
Pro features include:
Please follow the standard installation procedure for WordPress plugins.
Follow this tutorial if you are not sure how to use the plugin.
All field names should be unique
Even though your fields might never show up at the same time, it is still important to realize that WPCF7CF will not remove the fields, it merely hides them. So all fields will be submitted when the form is sent. Because of this no two fields can have the same name.
Incorrect form (2 input elements having the same name “a”):
[group group-1][select a "1" "2" "3"][/group] [group group-2][select a "1" "2" "3"][/group]
Correct form (all groups and fields have unique names):
[group group-1][select a "1" "2" "3"][/group] [group group-2][select b "1" "2" "3"][/group]
Before reaching out to the support forum try to determine which plugin or theme is causing the problem, by gradually disabling plugins and changing theme.
Reason #2: wp_footer() isn’t loaded
Check if your theme is calling the
wp_footer() function. Typically this function will be called in your theme’s footer.php file.
<?php wp_footer(); ?>
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