Conditional Logic

Written by the Divi Engine Documentation Team

Introduction

Follow these steps to learn how to use conditional logic.

What Is Conditional Logic?

Conditional logic makes it possible for you to create a dynamic form. For example, you can set it so that only certain fields show when others are used in certain ways. Please click HERE and read through additional documentation.

Step 1: Enable Conditional Logic

Activate conditional logic by clicking the button.

Step 2: Define Rule One

Select the name of the field from the first drop-down. For example, I might want the "Age" field to show.

Step 3: Define Rule Two

Select the logic of the condition from the second drop-down. For example, I might want the "Age" field to show if the age is greater than.

Step 4: Define Rule Three

The third field is where the last piece of logic is placed. For example, I might want the "Age" field to show if the age is greater than 10.

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