I'm planning to buy Gravity Forms to build a real estate website. The plan is to use the Post Fields function to design a form with fields such as "number of rooms", "property location", "price", etc, etc. Then I'd just fill in the form with the necessary information and publish it to a suitable category, for example "for sale", "vacation rentals", etc.
Is there a way to keep the form on the back-end? I mean, I don't want visitors to see it. Perhaps, in case the form gets published, this can be solved by keeping it hidden from search engines with robots.txt?
Is my idea ok?
I'll be using the Thesis theme...do you know of any conflicts between Gravity Forms and Thesis?
Also, I plan to buy some WooThemes in the future...any conflicts with the Woo framework?
Thank you very much for your help!