i am using sharepoint 2010. I have a list where I use validation for my columns.
I want to hide field "Contract Extension Reason" when Type of Contract is equal to "Contract Extension"
I tried this but it says, "The formula contains a syntax error or is not supported."
=IF([Type of Contract]<>"Contract Extension"...
Not sure how you plan to display the links, but it does not sound like something achievable with OOB solutions.
Here are a few workarounds might help:
PowerApps forms as @Namwar Rizvi suggests. Display the hyperlinks on different screens and configure redirection based on column values.
Reference: Conditional Navigation - Triggered by User Selection.
No, not exactly by out of the box SharePoint but you can easily customise the form by using PowrrApp customise form option.
You don't need to write a java script instead you will just enter excel type formula and you are done.