What is the right end of a statement “If that parameter unmarked (value = no), it means that…”:
- Element is loaded on page load, but it is “hidden” (not visible on the screen);
- Element is not loaded on page load at all.
Use case. Let’s imagine I have a very popular web shop (as popular as Amazon is ). I have two roles for users: “customer” and “order manager” (employee that manages and confirms details of orders from customers).
I have one page “Orders” and two groups that are shown/hidden on that page depending on user role:
- Group Customer (visible if user role is “customer”). In that group I have a repeating group “My orders”. Only orders of “current user” are shown.
- Group Manager (visible if user role is “order manager”). In that group I have a repeating group “All orders”. All orders made by different customers are shown there.
The parameter “This element is visible on page load” for Group Manager is set to “no” (unmarked).
So when “customer” goes to page “Orders” - will Bubble load only Group Customer or also load and hide (make invisible) Group Manager?