Views with Else

By: Matt Grimes | Asked: 09/19/2022
ForumsCategory: General questionsViews with Else
Matt Grimes asked 2 years ago
Do views support [if] [else] [endif]? I need to have quiz results but it doesnt seem like my else rules are working on the views portions    
1 Answers
Rob LeVineRob LeVine answered 2 years ago
Yes. What is the exact statement you're using? https://formidableforms.com/knowledgebase/conditionals/#kb-types-of-conditional-statements "Conditional statements can be used in a View, email message, confirmation message, or redirect URL. "
Matt Grimes replied 2 years ago

[if x equals="something"]Add content here [else]Show this content instead.[/if x]

so this is valid above?

its a laundry list of statements .. i guess i will start off easy:

[if 29="18-24"]Add content here [/if x]
[if 29="25-49"]Add content here [/if x]
[if 29="50-60"]Add content here [/if x]

within each of those "age" backets in have a sub set of rules to implement
ie:
[if 29="18-24"]
[if 39="bifocals"]
bifocals
[else]
no-bifocals
[/if 39]
[/if 29]

Rob LeVineRob LeVine replied 2 years ago

The syntax is not correct. if needs to be like the following:
[if 29 equals="18-24"]Add content here[/if 29]

Matt Grimes replied 2 years ago

i understand that portion.. its the else portion:

[if 39="bifocals"]
bifocals
[else]
no-bifocals
[/if 39]

Bobby Clapp replied 2 years ago

It has to be the word and the symbol "equals=", and not just "=".

Adam Faith replied 1 year ago

Adding onto this 'else' question, I have found that else statements can only deal with a maximum of 3 AND statements before they stop working. For example, the logic if (x AND x AND x AND x AND x) else(y) would not work. Is there any hook that can extend 'else'?

Matt Grimes replied 1 year ago

well that explains that.. mine are very nested, i ended up writing all native php code to do it VS using a view

Victor Font replied 1 year ago

Writing your own shortcode was going to be my suggestion.

Bobby Clapp replied 1 year ago

As noted, you've gone beyond FF capability and would need your own code.

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