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Adding [TAGS] to Gravity Forms Output

  1. I am interested in using Gravity Forms to allow users to create a post or, (more likely), a page which will have information about themselves.
    There are Wordpress plugins which will hide restricted content from users who are not logged-in.
    Can I get Gravity Forms to wrap selected fields with tags such as:
    [RESTRICT] name@email.com [/RESTRICT]
    I would like to hide email addresses, phone numbers, and possibly some address details from visitors who are not logged-in.

    Thanks

    Posted 7 years ago on Tuesday November 22, 2011 | Permalink
  2. Yes. As long as [RESTRICT] is a shortcode that works on your site, you can do this.

    You would use the content template feature of the Post Body when when creating a form that creates a post. The content template lets you have complete control over the content of the post that is created. You can insert static text, static markup, shortcodes and merge tags for the field values.

    Whatever is in your content template is what will be used to create the content of the post.

    Posted 7 years ago on Tuesday November 22, 2011 | Permalink