Has anyone found/implemented a profanity filter? Will the WordPress filters/add-ons have an effect on FP form entries? I'm implementing comments but I want to keep control of the language, links etc. without having to read every comment on every entry.
Hopefully someone has tried this before and figured it out... I have a form that we'll call "company" with a field called "company name" I have another form that we'll call "employee" with a field "employee name" and a lookup field to "company name" from the company form. On my main form I want to have the user select "company name" from a dropdown and then select "employee name" from a dropdown but have the employee list filtered to just the employees for the selected company. The samples provided in the docs require all of the data to be in the same form but that structure doesn't work for me.
This is similar to another issue I was having but trying to solve it the same way isn't working. I have a nested view where I am able to display a value of a field by using this: [display-frm-data id=27 a_id=""] where 27 is the view id and a_id is a filter parameter that I'm checking against a custom ID field. I followed this guide when creating it - https://formidableforms.com/knowledgebase/advanced-view-concepts/#kb-set-up-a-nested-view That all works great. I'd like to take the next step and display an image based on that value (rather than the value). I tried to use the frm-condition code that I used elsewhere but given that there isn't any specific instruction on doing this I wild guessed at the following... It doesn't work. I also took a shot at this... [if display-frm-data id=27 a_id="" equals="1"]<img src="https://www.mysite.com/image.png"/>[/if display-frm-data] Also does not work. Any thoughts on how to make this happen?
I have a stat in a table that is generated by the following: "] The resulting number is a value between 1 and 7. I would like to display one of 7 images in place of the calculated value. I use 4 as my median so 3.5 - 4.5 would display one image, 4.5-5.5 would display a different image, 5.5-6.5 would display a different image and so on. I get how to use conditional logic for a specific field value but wasn't sure how it would work in the case of a calculated value.
I'll try to describe this as simply as possible. I would like to have a form where users submit information (Form A). Then I would like for other users to be able to review those entries and provide a rating. So Form B might be as simple as an record ID/Key from form A, a user ID and a rating (probably a scale field). How do I go about associating the two forms using this parent child relationship? Eventually I would like to display an average user rating for the item in Form A if that affects anything. Having a hard time grasping this but it looks like others are doing something like it.