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Gravity Form for customer orders (Deposit + Subscription) with WooCommerce

  1. Name: Laura
    Contact Email: laura@chemistrycommunications.com
    Date Needed: ASAP

    Project: I need help setting up GF with WooCommerce for orders that include a deposit + subscription.

    Hello,

    I'm looking for a developer who can get Gravity Forms and WooCommerce to work together on our site.

    We do websites for clients, and our focus is more on the marketing side. When a customer places an order with us, they are building a package to suit their needs.

    There is a deposit fee and then a monthly (subscription) fee so that we can take care of maintenance & updates. Both of these numbers can change. For example, if a client wants multi-language capability and selects this in the form, his deposit amount increases from the basic fee. If he also wants 2 blog posts written for him per month, his subscription fee changes.

    I don't know how to make this happen because I can't find a way to get the Gravity Form to total up the two numbers separately and send this info to Paypal. Should it be two forms that pass data to each other? Should one element happen via WooCommerce and another via a Gravity Form?

    We have the Gravity Forms extension and WooCommerce subscriptions extension, plus Paypal add-ons for both.

    I can provide a link to our half-finished form if that helps you to visualize what we need.

    Thank you!

    Posted 6 years ago on Thursday April 18, 2013 | Permalink

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