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Simple Advance Multi-step Form

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Nov 14, 2021

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WIX Ideas

Tags: User Interaction Progress Bar Multi-state Box Advance Form Job Application Multi-stage Form

Hi Genius ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿฝ, in this article I will be explaining the process of adding and setting up an advance interactive job application form. It might sound as an advance process but it is very easy to make.


Elements Used


What we built

This form is a multi-step interactive job application form


How it was made

WIX is a single-page application that allows you to drag and drop elements unto your website. As easy as that sounds, it is quite possible to craft basically any kind of design or tool for your website. In making this multi-step element, we added a multi-state box element. This box allows us to navigate between separate pages or states while still on the same page on our website. This elements allows us to have multiple states for different information that we require from our site visitors.



First state of our multi-state box
First state of our multi-state box


Next, we added our forms to the different states, starting with the front page which was used to collect the applicants personal information. The second page was used to collect address information, while the third page was used to collect other information such as employment status.



Second state of our multi-state box
Second state of our multi-state box

The Progress Bar

The progress bar was used as a tracker to identify how far away we are from concluding the form. This indicator helps the applicant have an idea of what forms comes next and how soon they are to conclude filling up the form. Now this is pretty interesting!



Progress Bar Indicator/Tracker
Progress Bar Indicator/Tracker

Fun Facts ๐ŸŽ‰

To provide additional interactions and user-friendly experience, we added the following features.

  1. Ability to only enable the tracker (numbered) buttons over the progress bar only when they get to the page

  2. Disabling the the "Next" buttons until the user fills out the corresponding fields

  3. Adding an Anchor element to scroll to a particular section of the page where the form is visible to the user

  4. Conditional fields dependent on what the applicant selects

  5. Automatically changing the state box after submission

It is quite exciting to have these features on your form that provides the user with a very interactive experience on your website.


YOUR SITE VISITORS WILL DEFINITELY LOVE THIS FORM

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kaan

kaan

Jun 4, 2023

wishlist and rating system

hello sir I try today 2 hours but not working if you want I pay money can you do this 2 ( wishlist and rating star) system please I send to you invaid

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Waqas

Waqas

Apr 16, 2023

Triggered Email Backend

Hi mate please can you send email by backend

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Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Admin

Hi Waqas, there isn't a backend code for this tutorial. The emails will be sent from the client-side.

Ghan

Ghan

Dec 29, 2022

Great Tutorial

Hi !

First of all, I want to thank you for your great tutorials, they helped us a lot with the coding.
But I still need your help, if you don't mind. I have based on Save Calculated Field using Wix Data Hooks Codes, to code my form . but the problem is I don't know why the code only reads the computation for "week2" computation and not the "weeks"

here is the code

I also did a separate column in the dataset where the chosen datas for both fields will be placed.

$w.onReady (() => {
$w("#Person").onChange(() => {
$w("#weeks").onChange(() => {
$w("#week2").onChange(() => {
let person = Number($w("#Person").value);
let weeks = Number($w("#weeks").value);
let week2 = Number($w("#week2").value);


$w("#totalLabel").show();

$w("#totalLabel").text = `"${String(weeks * Number(person))}ํŽ˜์†Œ"`; //DESIGN YOUR MESSAGE
$w("#totalLabel").text = `"${String(week2 * Number(person))}ํŽ˜์†Œ"`; //DESIGN YOUR MESSAGE

});
});
});

});

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Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Admin

Hi there, thanks for your comment. I see why this is a problem. The onChange() function seems wrong in combination.

To combine onChangeFunctions use this method

$w("#Person, #weeks, #weeks2").onChange(() => {

//code here

});

Walter

Walter

Aug 8, 2022

More Details? Watch video

Hi, you can click here to watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bx7-nBeZ5c

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Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Admin

Walter

Walter

Jul 11, 2022

For you

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Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Admin

Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Apr 18, 2022

Awesome Feature

This tutorial shows you how to display views on your Wix repeater.

๐Ÿ“บWATCH VIDEO HERE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz7SdaCSdXg

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Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Admin

Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Apr 18, 2022

Amazing tutorial

This amazing tutorial will show you how to a comment section to your WIX dynamic page.

๐Ÿ“บWATCH VIDEO HERE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8-vJQFNZ_c

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Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Admin

Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Apr 10, 2022

Great Feature๐ŸŽ‰

This amazing tutorial will show you how to add a visitor view counter to your WIX dynamic page.

๐ŸšฉMORE TUTORIALS https://www.wixgenius.com/wix-tutorials

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Walter Odibi

Walter Odibi

Admin

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