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I have a standard HTML form that the visitor will fill out. It consists of mostly checkboxes. What I would like, is after the form is submitted, a page is then presented to the user showing what they checked. For example, if the visitor checked off Checkbox A, B, and D (but not C), then upon submission they would see the following:

You submitted:
Checkbox Value A
Checkbox Value B
Checkbox Value D

Obviously I can do this with just PHP, but my client would like to be able to modify the form options.

Is there a plugin or user friendly way that this can be created?

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Gravity Forms is by far the best form plugin available for WordPress and it will allow you to easily do what you are looking for.

http://gravityforms.com

Here is an example of how to do it:

Set the confirmation to show which checkboxes were checked using the merge tags: Set the confirmation to show which checkboxes were checked using the merge tags enter image description here

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This form can be placed anywhere in a page and the confirmation function loads right after the form submittal.

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Thank you for not only pointing me in the right direction, but also providing a comprehensive how to. –  Ryan May 21 '12 at 17:20

You will have to tell this options framework wordpress plugin what to do, but it is quite simple to say the least. Give it a try. Hope it works. What you are trying to accomplish, should be able to be handled by this options framework wordpress plugin.

Download the Options Framework WordPress Plugin

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/options-framework/

Please visit http://wptheming.com/options-framework-plugin for a full description of how to define and use the theme options framework wordpress plugin.

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Thanks! I will look into this today and report back. –  Ryan May 17 '12 at 14:37

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