How to Hide Form Elements using advanced custom templating
Every question type has an Advanced settings panel that includes ways to control the appearance and behaviour of the question. But sometimes, you might want to do something more advanced.

For example, with Multiple Choice with Comments, every multiple choice option allows for a Comment box. But what if you want only a few of the answer options to have a comment box?

Via the Template editor, you can access the CSS file for the page layout of your survey. This gives you a lot of power and control over how your survey is displayed.

In this example, we're going to use a custom copy of a standard template to allow you to add some custom CSS code to hide a few comment boxes on a Multiple Choice with Comments question type. 

Watch the video for the tutorial:


HICS - Hide Form Elements with CSS from Hosted in Canada Surveys on Vimeo.

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