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Variable options passed from post to forms display of radio/checkboxs choices

  1. Alright, so I am building a website for a customer which helds offers from different advertisers in different businesses. These offers are getting matched to the websites users based on their jobtitles and interests. All offers are build as modified Wordpress posts and all have at least one ”call to action”.
    Link to a screenshot of an offer
    Here is a list of our current "call to actions"

    • Call me
    • I wish to have a meeting
    • Buy product
    • Sign me up
    • Sign me up for newsletter
    • Sign me up for workshop
    • Send me more material
    • Send me tickets

    When a new offer is created any or multiple options from the above list needs to be accessible depending on what the advertiser wants for his offer. I was thinking if it was possible to make these "Call to actions" selectable from a checkbox- or radiolist in each post/offer. (Maybe via a custom taxonomy)

    I am already populating usermeta data on the gravity form hidden fields to get the users information. I cant seem to find a way that the customer can select what types of checkboxes/radios that are available for this specific post/offer without having to create combinations of all of the ”call to action” types. Doing so would set us up with way more lists and forms then any customer would find manageble.

    Anyone who can think of a solution that could resolve this challange and I buy them a beer?

    Posted 11 years ago on Tuesday June 18, 2013 | Permalink
  2. I'm not sure I understand what you are trying to do here...

    Posted 11 years ago on Wednesday June 19, 2013 | Permalink
  3. Thats allright. Ive solved it and bought myself a beer.
    Thank you for noticing the post anyway!


    Posted 11 years ago on Tuesday June 25, 2013 | Permalink
  4. David Peralty

    Glad you got it sorted out. All my best!

    Posted 11 years ago on Tuesday June 25, 2013 | Permalink

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