I searched (and couldn't really find an answer), so I figured it couldn't hurt to ask. For the record, I own a Developer's version of Gravity Forms, so all bells and whistles are available to me :) I LOVE Gravity Forms. I used to roll my own forms within WordPress because every plugin I tried was icky and not as good as mine - but this takes that cake :)
Anyway, kissing up aside, I have what is probably the most complicated form I've ever done with Gravity Forms. (I could do it myself with rolling my own - but I bought Gravity Forms so I wouldn't have to do that anymore!) Most of it's pretty straightforward, but it's being used for a paid-for membership directory. I'm compiling the registration for right now (integrated with the PayPal Add-on) but I've run into two issues that I can't sort out.
Please keep in mind that I'm REALLY good at messin' with WordPress and making it bow to my every whim. However, this will be the first time I've ever attempted to do any sort of coding that messes with Gravity Forms, and I'm not 100% sure how to accomplish what I need. So if anyone can point me in the right direction, it would be awesome. I'm not afraid fo getting my hands dirty, I just need to find the tools to use. (of course, if you want to supply some code examples, I would be forever in your debt!)
So I need 2 things:
First, I have a field that has a quantity option. What I would like is for a dynamic single-line text field to appear based on the number placed in the quantity field. So if "3" is put in for quantity, I'd like 3 single-line text fileds to appear.
Next (and finally) I have a dropdown field that has membership level choices. There are 2 membership levels that are marked down to less than half-price if the date is between June 1 and August 15. (basically, it's a membership for someone who wants to join on the tail end of the previous year - they get a seriously discounted rate because they've missed most of the year) I'm trying to sort out how I can have my 2 membership levels "go away" and be replaced by these reduced-price fields between June 1 and August 15. (it would even be fine if I had to do two dropdowns, one with the regular prices and one with reduced prices and just show the reduced price version between those dates, and the regular priced one any other time.)
So, anyone have ideas/suggestions for me? Or is more butt-kissing in order? (I'm a total believer in that whole "catch more flies with honey" thing.. XD)
Thanks in advance!