I'm about to pull what hair I have left out.
So I have a form that gathers participant information.
The form allows for up to 5 participants. The first participant is required, while the rest are not.
I've had to separate the form into 7 pages (4 of which includes optional participant information)
This form is rather long and so it was necessary to separate participant information into pages because there are a lot of questions for each participant... You get the idea.
Anyways, by default the user is to fill out at least one participant if they are only signing up one person. Then they can skip the rest of the participant pages and just go to the last page (it includes informational verbiage) to submit.
The problem that I'm running into is that the logic for skipping pages is not very granular. The best that I can do is create a drop down field that asks "How many participants" and based on that answer I can skip to the last page for submission. If I say...I have 3 participants and then setup the logic to skip to the first participant page, it will go to the second and third no problem. It will not allow for skipping the 4th and 5th pages.
Has anyone ran into this problem? Do you have any solutions? Machform guys do you care to chime in on this?