I have a form which has a multiplier. In the multiplier contents I have 2 columns side by side. In the first column there are 4 dropdown menus, where three of them are parent hidden. The hidden ones are shown depending on the selection in the first one. For example:
The first dropdown menu has 3 options. Relative, Friend and Professional. If the "Relative" option is selected in the first dropdown then the hidden "Relative types" menu, which loads types from a database table, e.g father, mother, sister etc. is shown. If Friend is selected then second dropdown will show friend types. In the second column I have textboxes to be filled regarding the person with selected person type. (A Relative ---> Who is my Sister --> Name, Lastname, Dob, ...etc)
When I click on the plus button to add a new person, the secod dropdown menu is automatically shown depending on the selection in the first person. I mean, if I select a relative in the very first menu and fill the respective information, then click on the + button to add a new person, the conditionally shown dropdown menu shows relative types (father, mother etc) even the friend option is selected in the new added forms frist dropdown.
I am very new to joomla and chronoforms, any help will be greatly appreciated.
There may be a conflict between the elements ids some where, I can't tell without checking the form.
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I am very new to joomla and chronoforms. Could you give me a clue to check the ids of the elements? At least I can try to see if something is worng with the ids. If I cannot see the problem then we will try to find a way to make you look at the form. It is on my local right now.
I don't think that you can do this using the Events code inside a Multiplier. The problem is that the events code is written before the form loads but you need it to apply to new select elements that are being generated in the multiplier.
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