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Gravity Forms and WP Types plugin and alternative payment methods?

  1. kryvulena

    Before I decide to but they Gravity Forms plugin I'd like to know is it possible to use your plugin with the Types WP plugin ?
    I'd like to create a registration form that allows users to:

    • register at my WP site using a custom role assigned to registered new users
    • post content (text, email address, phone number, pics) via the form at registration
    • add add the posted content into Types' CPT fields so that users once logged in may edit their CTP content they submitted via the form

    I'd also like to know is it possible to add other payments method than PayPal so that the users' accounts are registered only if their payments are received. I've got a 3rd party's payment method API that is compatible with WP.

    Posted 9 years ago on Tuesday May 28, 2013 | Permalink
  2. Yes, Gravity Forms can be used with the Types plugin.

    You can register users and assign them a custom role.

    You can allow visitors to post content at the same time as you are registering them.

    You can add the posted information into Types CPT fields (meta keys and values.)

    We have payment gateways for PayPal Pro, PayPal Standard and Other payment gateways are not supported by us, but you can always use the gform_after_submission hook or gform_pre_submission_filter to integrate with a 3rd service:

    Additionally, there are some 3rd party payment add-ons for Gravity Forms available here:

    Posted 9 years ago on Tuesday May 28, 2013 | Permalink
  3. kryvulena

    Ok thanks for your very informative and quick answer. One more question:

    Let's say users provide their email addresses via WP Types CPT plugin so the email address are stored in DB. Each user has a CPT page assigned to display his personal data dynamically. Is it possible to insert Gravity email contact forms into a CPT php template so that their email addresses are dynamically used for contact forms at their pages? I mean the same email form is used in the template but recipients' emails change depending on a CPT page viewed. The contact form would be inserted into CPT php template and users would have no access to its configuration.

    Posted 9 years ago on Tuesday May 28, 2013 | Permalink
  4. David Peralty

    You could include Gravity Forms using its PHP shortcode method, and pre-render the forms using a variable passed to the form of the e-mail address you want used. Then in the notification the field with the e-mail address would be used as the TO field. Would that work? Does any part of that not make sense? Let me know.

    Posted 9 years ago on Tuesday May 28, 2013 | Permalink