I have a project that was written for me in PHP and saves to a MYSQL database. It is a somewhat complex survey style form. I recently purchased gravity forms, and wanted to determine if it is worth migrating my form to it. My custom form seems to be bug ridden, and I am considering gravity forms as something that could eliminate some headaches.
I've attached 3 sample questions here, and I'd like to know if
a) these can be reproduced in gravity forms
b) how exactly I can do so
(I am new to this so any hand holding would be appreciated :-)
This is relatively simple; There are instructions along the top row, then there are two columns with text field input. Each one needs a label, and the one on the left (name) should only accept text type characters, while the one on the right should only accept numbers. The green + icon allows the user to add additional rows. I would like a maximum of 10 rows (2 columns/entries each).
This question is simple, just a dropdown beside a textfield that is pre-populated with the value "2013"
There are 3 rows with 2 columns each. Column 1 is a dropdown, column 2 should only accept numbers. User must fill in 3 rows.
I know this is a lengthy request, but if this can be done within gravity forms, this will make a lot of my other questions quite a bit easier.