Written by the Divi Engine Documentation Team
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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