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Can a Gravity Form conditionally be removed from a page?

  1. gmw

    I am using Gravity Forms and the PayPal add-on for event registration. I would to be able to conditionally remove the form from the registration page and replace it with some text such "SOLD OUT".

    I was thinking that I could use the gform_paypal_post_ipn hook to update a counter in the database that would keep track of PAID registrations. Then I would create a template for the registration page where via PHP I could load the Gravity Form OR the"SOLD OUT" text depending on the value of the counter. Will this work? Would I just load the form via a shortcode? Not sure how to proceed. Thx for any direction.

    Posted 8 years ago on Monday April 15, 2013 | Permalink
  2. David Peralty

    Check out this tutorial written here - it might give you what you want. Otherwise, you would have to use PHP on the page to do a test before the form shows... There are plugins to use PHP on WordPress pages.

    Something like:
    if counter => limit then
    show error
    form embed
    end if

    Posted 8 years ago on Tuesday April 16, 2013 | Permalink