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multiple dynamic panel of fields added on demand.

  1. Our client has made a request to dynamically add additional fields on demand. A person will go to a form and fill in topic information for a presentation. When the presentation type is 'panel discussion' that person will fill in the information for herself and the additional members of the panel. the number of members will vary from 2 or more. when a button is clicked like that of the list field type there will be presented a new group of fields (first name, last name, company, address, email) I have not found a plugin for this if there is one i would like to know where to get it. If there is not i would like direction on how to add additional fields.with a layout of multi rows in place of a single row.

    Posted 7 years ago on Monday March 18, 2013 | Permalink
  2. This is not a feature of Gravity Forms and I am unaware of any other add-on which will do this for you. The list field works for single lines of input, as you know. Repeating a field section is not a feature of Gravity Forms, although it has been requested in the past. I'll tag this one too as a feature request.

    Posted 7 years ago on Tuesday March 19, 2013 | Permalink
  3. Hi, this is something i need to do too; namely add (and remove) a group of fields when a users clicks an "add whatever" button.

    I've done the logic for this in jQuery and proved it with a flat HTML form, but need to use something to validate and then process the form. So it would be useful to be able to do this with Gravity Forms so I don't have to write the validation and processing myself.

    I've been wondering about having a go using the html field to build fieldsets and add an input button then call my jQeury scrptis to add fields and a remove button that removes the appropriate set of fields.

    Still need to understand gravity's method of numbering fields so I can change ids and classes without duplicating what Gravity does.

    Thanks
    Paul

    Posted 6 years ago on Thursday April 18, 2013 | Permalink