If you are looking to create a powerful form with Elementor, you may want to consider adding conditional logic to it. By doing this, you can create forms that have multiple sections that are only displayed when certain criteria are met. This can be a great way to streamline your forms and give them an extra layer of customization.
So, how do you add conditional logic to an Elementor form? The first step is to create your form. You can do this by dragging and dropping elements from the Elementor Form builder. Once you have your form in place, you can add the conditional logic.
To do this, you will need to add a “Logic” element to your form. This element will allow you to set up the criteria that will trigger the display of certain sections of your form. For example, you could set up a logic element that only displays a certain section if the user has selected a certain option on a previous field.
Once you have set up the logic element, you can then add the sections that you want to display when the criteria is met. To do this, simply drag and drop the elements you want to display into the logic element. Finally, you can customize the elements to your liking.
Adding conditional logic to your Elementor forms can be a great way to make them more powerful and customizable. With a few simple steps, you can create forms that are tailored to the user’s needs. So, if you’re looking to create a powerful form, why not give conditional logic a try?