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Custom theme form handling

  1. infoseek

    I'll make this brief. I have this site: that uses GF single license. I am seriously considering upgrading to dev for added support.

    This is a advertising site. Merchants will submit a form to specific categories and fill out the information pertaining to their industry. IE: a restaurant might have conditional staments that a boutique might now.


    1) can GF handle this ? please take a look at what I have so far here:

    and this is a sample listing:

    the backend of this WP theme is impressive and I can give you access to view.

    2) by me purchasing a dev license, do you know if I can get help with building something like this or do I have to figure all this out on my own ?

    3) are there any GF "experts" that I can contact and hire to do this for me ?

    Please advise and many thanks.


    Posted 10 years ago on Thursday November 17, 2011 | Permalink
  2. infoseek

    No response ?

    anyone in tech support ?

    Posted 10 years ago on Friday November 18, 2011 | Permalink
  3. 0. The developer license gets you access to priority support. That gives you priority in the support queue.

    1. Yes, Gravity Forms can collect all that data. It's up to you to display it as in your Christy's listing. Gravity Forms can collect all that information without a problem.

    2. We can't build it for you, but we are happy to point you in the right direction. Priority support might not be the appropriate way to go about it though, as you might get a better response with links to existing solutions by posting in the support forum. We will be glad to help you, but we can't do the work for you.

    3. You can find a list of consultants who are familiar with Gravity Forms here:

    Please ask any other specific questions before you make the decision to upgrade. Thank you.

    Posted 10 years ago on Saturday November 19, 2011 | Permalink