Thanks for that David.
So am I right in thinking the code would have to continue like the following:
$choice_html = str_replace('>First Choice<', '><img src=".......
$choice_html = str_replace('>Second Choice<', '><img src=".......
$choice_html = str_replace('>Third Choice<', '><img src=".......
... and so on? With my manually inputting each url. I don't mind how long that might take. Only that it works.
Of course it wouldn't look good with them all on the same page. I will keep the numbers down to 60 images, and spread them across 5 fields (and therefore 5 pages) of 12 each.
My intention is to use conditional logic to allow users to browse the 5 pages without selecting anything, but allow them no further until one is selected. Essentially to emulate a single field. Would the logic be possible along such lines? For example:
Always show 'Next Styles' & 'Previous Styles' buttons to simulate browsing back and forth.
Show 'Continue to Measurements' Button if ANY OF the following are true:
Styles field 1 ANY choice selected
Styles field 2 ANY choice selected
Styles field 3 ANY choice selected
Styles field 4 ANY choice selected
Styles field 5 ANY choice selected
Is this possible?
Really appreciate this support. Best support on any forum for any product I've ever bought online.
Posted 12 years ago on Wednesday January 19, 2011 | Permalink