Ah ok. Because of the term 'template I assumed it was an option to create a 'page'. Sorry for that.
So it does select a type of blog post, like 'video', 'quote' , etc.
I was looking for a way to create a page (not a post) in a certain page-template like 'full width' etc. (For I think I do have more control over the way the page will look like) and I want the form entries to get in that page design. Is that possible or is it not something Gravityform can do? How can I get the best results?
Maybe I can better explain what the purpose of the website and my purchase of Gravityforms license is: I want to create a website where users can submit a form with their name, a numeric value, and a qoute/statement. Additional also their e-mail address, but that does not show up in the created page. This created page is showing the user's name, numeric value and qoute. (And some other stuff but that has nothing to do with Gravityforms) User can not edit the page, (no user registration involved)
What I already did:
After submitting, the user is directed to his created page (blog post for now). and user receive an email with link to that post. I managed the email and directing to a created blogpost.
Wat is missing:
It is still a blog post that looks like a blog post and only contains the title of the post. The other entries are missing.
Can you help me with this question?
Posted 8 years ago on Wednesday March 20, 2013 | Permalink