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Dynamic Selects Released 27 July 2016 Dynamic Selects is a commercial module that enables the creation of dynamically related/dependent ajax-driven chained dropdown lists (aka cascading selects) for display and storage of multiple types of data. The module can be used both in the front- (display only) and backend (display and storage of data). Setting up Dynamic Selects is very easy. With minimal effort, site developers can set up simple or complex chained selects. By making a selection in a trigger dropdown, via ajax, values are fetched and dynamically populate options in the dependent select. In turn, making a selection in the now populated select triggers the same action further down in a dependent select. The module only uses/stores ID references to selected options in the selects meaning the most current/up-to-date data will always be displayed in the selects. Currently only ProcessWire managed data are supported. If there is enough demand, we may incorporate external data sources (typically JSON). The module consists of 4 modules ProcessDynamicSelects MarkupDynamicSelects FieldtypeDynamicSelects InputfieldDynamicSelects Video Demo: https://youtu.be/wkhx8xQ5ue4 Documentation: http://dynamicselects.kongondo.com/ Shop: https://processwireshop.pw/plugins/dynamic-selects/ Requires: ProcessWire 2.5 or newer and jQuery if using the frontend module (MarkupDynamicSelects) Features Easily create powerful ajax-driven cascading/chained selects/dropdowns Unlimited number of select dropdowns per field Data-mapping made easy thanks to multiple possible combinations of data relationships, triggers and sources Mutlipe data relationships to chose from ID-based data referencing ensures your data values always stay fresh Remote and local caching to speed up data access and reduce ajax-requests to server User-friendly, intuitive and easy to set up IMPORTANT Before using this module in the frontend, you will need to thoroughly read the security section in the documentation.