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Multi-Form - How do you detect whether you are on LAST form (in template page php?)
July 16, 2011
6:46 am

Hi guys,


Love the plugin – but still fairly new to WordPress, so please excuse my ignorance…


My question is: I have a 3-page multi-form.  It works fine so far.  I'd like to have a "summary" box above the form on the FINAL/LAST form in the series (form 3).  I have created a new WordPress page template so I can insert the HTML for the summary box, but I do not know how to determine (in this php code) whether I am on the FINAL/LAST form in the multi-form sequence!  I need to know this, as I *only* want to show this summary code on the final page… so I'm going to have some code that will be something like:


IF (isFinalPage) {

  // output summary box


I realise this is probably a newbie issue, but I'm pretty stuck.  I've tried printing the $cformsdata at various points in the my-functions.php, but it's not really helping me.


Any ideas?





May 23, 2013
12:37 am

I also need this.

It's very sad that I cannot find it anywhere, and your post is still left without any answer…

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