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I'm new with gravity forms and want to add it to my company website. Most of the things you can do with it is easy to do. My only problem is that I want to be able to add an extra line every time I complete the product information. So they can add as many products as they want. 

 

What I want is a dropdown of 7 PRODUCTS they can choose from than SIZE, than QUANTITY than COLOR #. After that's filled in than a new line comes up again. Below is a image of what I'm trying to do. Go down to the product section because the rest of the information I can do.

 

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Can anyone help me with this? Or at least good at gravity forms.

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I've never used it sorry.

 

I took a quick look at the website and I noticed the image at the top of the following page: http://www.gravityforms.com/features/order-forms/

The product lines each have a + and - button. Are you familiar with the example form shown here? Do these plus and minus buttons do what you want? Are they something that you can fairly simply chose to enable if so?

 

It's obviously a fairly commonly required function, something you'd think that they would have thought about and implemented already...

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I've never used it sorry.

 

I took a quick look at the website and I noticed the image at the top of the following page: http://www.gravityforms.com/features/order-forms/

The product lines each have a + and - button. Are you familiar with the example form shown here? Do these plus and minus buttons do what you want? Are they something that you can fairly simply chose to enable if so?

 

It's obviously a fairly commonly required function, something you'd think that they would have thought about and implemented already...

The plus and minus buttons are to add in the backend when you make it.

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You can write a custom jquery function, if you don't exactly know how I can make a example for you.

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You can write a custom jquery function, if you don't exactly know how I can make a example for you.

Yea, that would be great!

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Yea, that would be great!

Here you go: http://jsfiddle.net/rx43nb9z/5/

Might not be the best method but it works :p

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Here you go: http://jsfiddle.net/rx43nb9z/5/

Might not be the best method but it works :p

Wow, thats great and I want it to do that. The only problem is that I there is no backend coding to gravity forms. :-(

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Wow, thats great and I want it to do that. The only problem is that I there is no backend coding to gravity forms. :-(

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22364200/gravity-forms-fields-how-to-apply-external-javascript-to-fields if adding the hidden row is a problem then I can modify the js if you want so it works with one row.

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