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Hi.

I'm currently using the trial version of Caspio Bridge. It seems very promising!

I have two questions so far:

1. Why can't I choose a source for Radio buttons (like Lookup table) as you can with a dropdown when creating a Web form? Radio buttons are in many cases more convenient and gives a better overview than dropdowns.

2. Is it possible to remove the submit-button in webforms? I plan on creating order flows with 4-5 steps and using the html-footer to create back and next buttons. Or is there a better way?

Thanks in advance :)

Regards,

Lasse Skov

Denmark

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Hi,

Regarding you first question, you can define custom values for the radio button but not a look up source. Usually when you do not have that many options, you will use radio button defining all options as custom values. But if there are many options, it is better to use a dropdown which can be linked to a lookup table.

Regarding the second question, if you would like to make multiple step submission forms, you can use Caspio advanced features of passing parameters to achieve something like this, here is a video which helps you how to do this http://howto.caspio.com/parameters/in-a ... forms.html

Best,

Bahar M.

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Hi! Just wanted to share these solutions although it is already late :D 
For the radio button, we can make fields as radio button when we are on the DataPage level. I believe almost all field types can have this form element, but it is still best to check.
https://howto.caspio.com/datapages/forms/form-element-types/#RadioButtons

As for the removal of the submit button, you can just change the text to "Next" so you can create a multi-step form feel. There's an article on how it can be created:

https://howto.caspio.com/tech-tips-and-articles/common-customizations/how-to-create-a-multi-page-form/

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