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hello, update the plugin and show this error /public_html/wp-content/plugins/ez-form-calculator-premium/lib/dompdf/src/Dompdf.php on line 274

Hello, this is due to a missing PHP extension on your webserver. Please contact your webhoster to install the php-mbstring extension.

Hello. Is it possible a GFR Calculator can be implemented in this plugin?

Here’s an example of what a GFR calculator would look like. (https://www.davita.com/gfr-calculator/) I was thinking that the BMI calculator template that is included with the plugin would work nicely for a GFR calculator, since the calculated field automatically updates based on the values inputted. This is the formula: GFR = 186 × Serum Cr-1.154 × age-0.203 × 1.212 (if patient is black) × 0.742 (if female)

Would something like this be possible if I used this plugin, and the BMI calculator as a template?

Hello, yes, that would be possible with the plugin. Perhaps you will need to add a piece of custom JS code though I think the BMI calculator template is a good place to start.

Hi There, I am trying to build a form for print pricing. I need everything to be linked to the quantity. If some selects 25 invitations, the price for the invitation will show as $100.00. If they want a double envelope, the price will be an extra $12.50, if they want the envelope to be coloured, it will be an extra $10.00. If someone were to choose a higher quantity such as 50 invitations, the price of the invitations would go to $150.00. Since the quantity is higher, the double envelope price would increase to $15.00 and the coloured envelope price would increase to $12.00. In essence, dropdown item’s are linked to the quantity selected. The higher the quantity selected, the higher the price will be for the other items like coloured envelopes and double envelopes as we will be supplying our customers more material. Is this possible? If so, how do I do so. Here is an example of a live form that is using this type of logic – http://shineinvitations.com/pricing/

Hi there, I am still waiting for a response. I need to get this pricing form to work as I have a meeting next week and if this is not the solution then I need to find any product that will work for me.

Hello, I can only assist you with existing forms. Please write a message to support@ezplugins.de along with a detailed description about the form (and what doesn’t work) as well as the exported form so I can get back to you.

I sent you an email

To insert a correspondence between Postal Code, Provincie, Italian cities, is there any way?

Hello, there’s an unofficial Google Maps API extension. If you’re interested, please send a message to support@ezplugins.de so I can get back to you.

I have contacted your support but did not get any response.

Please guide me how to implement my own script:

Calculate Your Solar <form action=”#” method=”GET”> <label class=”radio inline”> <input type=”radio” name=”constraint” value=”rooftop” checked> Rooftop Area </label> <label class=”radio inline”> <input type=”radio” name=”constraint” value=”capacity”> Capacity </label> <label class=”radio inline”> <input type=”radio” name=”constraint” value=”cost”> System Cost </label> <input id=”constraint-input” style=”margin: 0 20px;” type=”number” class=”inquiry-inputs” placeholder=”Rooftop Area in (sq Feet)” name=”constraint-value”> <input type=”submit” id=”calculator-button” value=”GET DETAILS”> </form> <script> jQuery(document).ready(function($){ $(‘inputtype=radio‘).change(function() { var placehold = this.value; //alert(“i am here “+placehold); if(placehold "rooftop") $("#constraint-input").attr("placeholder", "Rooftop Area( in sq Feet)"); if(placehold “capacity”) $(”#constraint-input”).attr(“placeholder”, “Solar Sytem Capacity( in Kw)“); if(placehold == “cost”) $(”#constraint-input”).attr(“placeholder”, “Total Project Cost( in Rs)“); }); }); </script>

Hello, you can insert the code in an HTML element.

Hi, i want to buy this plug.in but i’ve some questions first:

1) Is it possible to print in the pdf file the image associated to radiobutton element? 2) Can I insert a background image on entire pdf page ? 3) In the pdf creation processing can i merge some other pages (for example first the page cover and after the page with the form data)?

I await your answer.

Thanks in advance Mike

Hello Mike,

1+2) this isn’t possible yet but this feature will be available in the next update 3) Unfortunately, this isn’t possible (yet) though you can add attachments to emails.

I have set up my calculation in your demo site which is running on v2.9.9.4, but when I import it into v2.9.9.6, a number of the sub-total calculations are incorrect. It’s form 165 on your demo site. Most of the calculations are fine, but the final three subtotals are producing incorrect values on my site. Thanks. Rob

I’ve found the solution, sorry! Seems the precision field wasn’t being taken into account on the demo. Thanks again for a great plugin. Rob

Hi, i want to buy this plug.in but i’ve some questions first:

1) Is it possible to print in the pdf file the image associated to radiobutton element? 2) Can I insert a background image on entire pdf page ? 3) In the pdf creation processing can i merge some other pages (for example first the page cover and after the page with the form data)?

I await your answer.

Thanks in advance Mike

Hi, My website is in Arabic language, and I just want to be sure that the plugin is RTL and support Arabic before purchase. My website: https://al-decor.com/ Please advise ! and it will be appreciated if you guide me to any Arabic website using the plugin. One more question. Can I use the plugin with different currencies for visitors from multiple countries, so each one will select his own currency at the beginning. Thank you.

Hello, yes, the form supports RTL support. You can enable this in the form styling section.

Pre-buy question: Hi, we are print shop company and would like to build estimating/cost calculator on our web. Someting like: https://firstprint.com/uk/?pg=kalkulieren&item_group=9&view_group=1&element_id=10593 is it possible to use your plugin for all the features, conditions and calculations? Thank you.

Hello, yes, I have created several calculators for print companies similar to yours. However, the calculation was sometimes too complex to only build it with the plugin’s features alone so a bit of custom JS code had to be created. If you need any help with this, please drop me a line.

hello can we do recurring payment model with woocommerce payment integration option?

Hello, yes, this feature is on the plugin’s roadmap. :)

hello cool, any time predict, and second, u think can we use woocommerce-subscriptions/ https://woocommerce.com/products/woocommerce-subscriptions/

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