Limit Attendee Questions to a particular form

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  • #39977

    I would like to attach Attendee Questions to just one of several EO forms on my site. Is it possible to use a simple conditional around the Attendee Questions code, such as:

    function my_attach_attendee_questions( $form ) {
        if ( [form ID] === [ID] ) {
             [Attendee Questions code]
        } 
    }
    

    If so, how exactly do I address the form ID? Is it ‘$form->id’? Please excuse my ignorance.

    Michael Docker
    #39994

    I seem to have figured this out for myself:

     function my_attach_attendee_questions( $form ) {
            $form_name = $form->get( 'name' );
            if ( $form_name === 'test-form' ) {
                 [Attendee Questions code]
            }  
     }
    

    That does the trick.

    In answer to a previous question you suggested that it would be possible to ‘use some javascript to pre-fill the first set of fields’ in the Attendee Questions. Where would that javascript go? Unlike WordPress pages and posts there doesn’t appear to be a place for Scripts in the Event editor.

    Michael Docker
    #40039

    Hi Michael,

    Scripts would have to be loaded using the WordPress api (e.g. wp_enqueue_script).

    As for the JavasScript itself, you could use jQuery to listen to changes in the attendee question div, and if the first section is empty, pre-populate it with the relevant details. All fields and container divs should have appropriate classes so you can target them.

    Stephen Harris
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