So i manage to understand witch plugin was creating this issue for me.
It seems that if i activate the plugin WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-Ons and I enable conditional logic in my form, the form disappears (console says display:none). If i disable it no problems displaying the form.
For my understanding this is a JQuery issue. Activating the Enable jQuery Migrate Helper didn’t help neither the Fresh Forms for Gravity plugins.
What can i do to have the WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-Ons active with conditional Logic enable?
I don’t have caching plugins active but the website is being hosted by wordpress.com witch i don’t have access to the dashboard (i’m working for a client that have those login details)
Is it possible that wordpress.com as a caching feature enable by default that could be causing jquery problems with the WooCommerce Gravity Form Add-ons plugin?
Now my form is not disappearing when i enable condition logic even with the WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-ons.
I was changing my single product page template on elementor and after changing it i notice that something was different on the form, for example now the form scrolls down the page when I press a next button on my form (I’ve created another help request on the forum about that).
So I went and try to enable conditional logic and it works perfectly now.
I believe this as to do with AJAX or something. But still don’t understand why with one template this were not working and now they are.