Creating simple forms for your WordPress website is, well, simple.
But what if you wanted to get a little advanced and offer your site visitors only the information they require to complete the form?
Well, you can using conditional logic WordPress forms. In fact, you can create forms that are dynamic in nature, ones where information appears, disappears, and changes all while your site visitor fills in the various fields.
Previously, we have given you plenty of options to choose from when it comes to which form builder you should use on your website. Moreover, we have reviewed two of the most popular form builder plugins, Gravity Forms and WPForms.
However, today we are going to look at what conditional logic is, the popular types of conditional logic you might want to include on your website forms, and which WordPress plugins offer the best solutions.
What is Conditional Logic?
Although it sounds advanced (and in technical terms, it is),