Is it possible to change text box content upon the status of a check box?


#1

Hi,

I’m wondering if it’s possible to change the content of a text box depending on if its “true” or “false”.

Ex. if you are member of a club that gives you a discount on a product, I would like to show the new prize directly after checking the box.

I have not been successful in finding an integrated feature for this… Have i missed it? If not, is there an other solution or workaround to this challenge?

Best regards
Sig


#2

Hi Sig - Unbounce forms don’t have this functionality built in, but you can embed a 3rd party form on your Unbounce page and add that functionality via an external form. I know both Wufoo and 123Contact Forms have logic based forms, so either of those services, coupled with the custom HTML element in Unbounce will let you add a logic based form to your landing page.

You can also still fire a conversion in Unbounce upon form fill by using our external tracking script with your 3rd party form provider.


#3

Hi Quinn, thanks for your answer!

Both Wufoo an 123Contact Forms would push me in the direction of having the prize as a part of the form?

If so, this is not what I’m looking for. The prize a major competitive advantage for my customer and is there for a major element on the landing page in it self.

They would therefor want the prize to change in a textbox outside of the form. Would it be possible to do this though javascript or other language?

//Sig


#4

Hi Sig - This should be possible using Javascript/jQuery, but I can’t think of a 3rd party provider that provides that functionality, so you would have to get someone to code it. Do you have anyone on your team that has some jQuery experience?


#5

Hi Quinn - I don’t have anybody with jQuery experience at this point, guess I could hire a freelancer… Do Unbounce offer freelance work that I could hire to solve the problem?


#6

Hi Sig - we don’t offer consulting services inÐhouse. I’d suggest using a service like oDesk to find a freelancer if you don’t have anyone on staff that has jQuery experience. It’s not a super simple job, but it should be pretty straight forward for a Javascript developer. Just make sure you explain that you’ll be using an Unbounce form, not just a standard form coded in HTML.


#7

oDesk it is.

Thanks!


#8

Do you know what would be a reasonable prize to pay for a developer to do the job on oDesk?

I have no idea of how much time a project like this would take for a skilled javascript developer… If you have some insight, I would love to hear it. :slight_smile:


#9

Hi Sig - it shouldn’t take too long. I’d say an hour, tops, including QA time, presuming the freelancer is clear on exactly how you need the content to display.


#10

Thank you for your insight Quinn, you have been most helpfull!


#11

Happy to help, Sig!