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Setting a Value for an Element 2 months 6 days ago #251977

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If you could use this form as an example then I can copy and change it to 27 other forms.

Backend link = dogshowmanagement.com/administrator/index.php

Form = rrssc_canine_good_citizen_entries


Element =

if trial_class_event_1= "Canine Good Citizens" then pay_fees_1=fees_day_1

if trial_class_event_2 = "Novice Tricks Entry" then pay_fees_2= fees_day_2

if trial_class_event_3 = "Novice Tricks Entry" then pay_fees_2= fees_day_3

then total them so:

total_fees = fees_day_1 +fees_day_2+fees_day_3

Then we need to transfer this amount to the paypal button
entryfees=total_fees

I hope this makes sense.

How do I send credentials?

Thanks T

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Setting a Value for an Element 2 months 3 days ago #252000

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Hi,

I think so.
Can I try this on your page?

Is the login information the same?

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Tihana

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Setting a Value for an Element 2 months 3 days ago #252009

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Yes. sure. Thank you!

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Setting a Value for an Element 2 months 3 days ago #252010

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Hi Bruce,

where is the element pay_fees_1, 2, 3 ?
I can' see it LOL

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Tihana

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Setting a Value for an Element 2 months 3 days ago #252012

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Ouch! I forgot to save it.

I added them.

SO SORRY!

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Setting a Value for an Element 2 months 3 days ago #252014

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Hi,

ok I set this :)
Please just send this total_fees value to paypal, and that is it :)

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