If there are no entries than the form is not being submitted properly. It's hard to diagnose this issue if it's running on a local install, it could be any number of things such as a problem with your permalinks, a file permissions issue, the plugin didn't activate properly and not all the database tables were created, etc.
I would start with file permissions and make sure that the gravityforms folder and all subfiles and folders are CHMOD 755.
Then I would see if the form submits properly when you go to the page via the id rather than the permalink (ex. youurl.com?p=1).
It's something specific to your local install. Being new to WordPress it may be best to install on a web host rather than locally unless you know what you are doing with the local web server configuration.
Posted 12 years ago on Thursday September 23, 2010 | Permalink