Variables & Dynamic Content
Combine First and Last Name Fields into a Full Name Field
Using WS Form PRO conditional logic you can easily create a full name field that is automatically updated when a user enters their first or last name.
Create a Form Summary
On a long form you may wish to add a summary of the fields the user has completed.
Create Random Values
WS Form has two functions that can be used to create random numbers and string.
Duplicate / Copy Field Values With #text
The #text(...) variable is used to duplicate the value of field(s) in real-time.
Dynamic Label, Placeholder and Help Text With #text
The #text variable can be used in the 'Label' and 'Help Text' settings of fields to create dynamic labels and help text.
Formatting Numbers Using #number_format
Numbers can be formatted in WS Form using the #number_format variable.
How to Enable File Previews in Emails and PDF Templates
WS Form will, by default, display both a preview and file information when a file is shown in an email or PDF document. If you are not seeing a preview image or perhaps wish to hide the file information, you can change these settings. Click on WS Form in the WordPress admin menu. Click on...
The Variable Cheat Sheet
While you can achieve a whole lot in WS Form without using variables, you can create even more dynamic and powerful forms using them.
WS Form can transform the text entered into fields as well as transforming strings using WS Form variables.
Using #field With Delimiter and Column Parameters
The #field variable 'delimiter' and 'column' parameters allow you to extract data from any column in a data grid as well as separate multiple choices by any character or string you wish.