I have a site with 45 properties and would like to include a contact form in the sidebar to appear beside each property. I would like some information about the property included in the form submission, like the property name (post title). So, instead of the form having a field "What property are you inquiring about?" and asking the visitor to add it in, the notification would include some details about the property (like the name [post title] or URL.) Seems like the embed URL should at least be available.
I could do it with the query string if I sent them from the property post to the contact form page (and just passed the values) but I have space in the sidebar for a form on each property and it makes sense for me to include the form there. The submission just needs to contain some information about the property that was being viewed. At a minimum I would like to know what property the visitor is inquiring about, in the admin notification, but if more is possible, I'd like to know how to do that as well. Like maybe I could say something like "Thank you for your interest in THIS PROPERTY" up front, so they know they don't need to repeat that in their inquiry.
Site not done, but live enough:
I thought I remembered a topic here that dealt with the information the widget form has access to, but I cannot locate it. I'm using the Gravity Forms widget, WordPress 3.1.1 and Gravity Forms 22.214.171.124