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    How to create diffrent listing form for diffrent category Also removing price field

    I would like to add different categories which may need different listing form. For example I am adding a " matrimonial" category in which only Two sub categories " Brides" and "Grooms" Also the listing fields are different:

    1. Need to remove the price tag and price field
    2. Need to add different fields for "age" "Interest" "hobbies" so on.

    Basically when someone select " matrimonial" category the listing form should different and it should apply for this category only. This form structure should also reflect when I try to edit the ad.

    There is also another issue I am facing is Only USA states listed. I am using this classipress for a different country. Country should be the first one to be selected from list of countries and states related to that country should be populated.

    Please Help

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