Setting a Default Date in the Future

By: Vince Dimanno | Asked: 04/10/2023
ForumsCategory: How-toSetting a Default Date in the Future
Vince DimannoVince Dimanno asked 1 year ago
Hi All, I see in the documentation that you can set a default date in a form with this code: [date offset='+3 days']. However, I would like to have a user enter a date, but then count forward to display an expiry date. I want to show this on the form because it is inside a repeater and I only want to display the last entry.  Think of a record of renewals and I want to show the last entry of a series of repeaters. I've created a hidden field, but using this shortcode does not work: [x offset='+3 days'] where x is the value of a date chosen by the user using a datepicker.  It seems to work with the default date, but with no other date entry. Any ideas? Thanks!!
1 Answers
Victor Font answered 1 year ago
Use jQuery. See this:
Vince DimannoVince Dimanno replied 1 year ago

Thanks Victor!

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