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I have individual members that can have different criteria for example: Are you an English teacher : checkbox yes / no (if yes :: appears in contribution form): what is your degree?: check boxes: bachelor/master/PhD (if no :: appears in contribution form): what is your level at TOEFL? : free text.

How do I set conditions in forms using WordPress? Our membership for individual (member) is very complex and I don't want the form to be 1000 lines long.

I couldn't find this in the documentation. Any help? regards Guillaume

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You don't mention which CMS you are using but if Drupal, you might find it easier to do this with a webform.

If you're not on Drupal and want to do this with profiles then take a look at the Profile Conditionals extension

  • We are using WordPress. Thanks for your answer i will have a look at this extension. – Guillaume Sorel Apr 11 at 9:30
  • I looked at this extension. Is there an other way to do this in graphical mode within WordPress? – Guillaume Sorel Apr 11 at 10:03
  • Possibly with github.com/mecachisenros/caldera-forms-civicrm Search on here for Caldera forms. – Aidan Apr 11 at 16:23
  • Thank ou for your answer Aidan. I will have a look at this extension. – Guillaume Sorel Apr 15 at 7:47
  • I switched to Drupal and Webform is THE tool for forms with conditions. I recommend to switch to Drupal for CiviCRM – Guillaume Sorel May 10 at 9:18

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