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Multiple Page Form - Paypal into Subscription, Print to PDF with 3rd party tool.

  1. LCroonquist

    I think my title says it all.
    I want a lightbox form (that communicates via ajax?).
    That has a progress bar (updating after each portion is submitted).
    At the end (last portion of form), off we go to PayPal.
    After successful Paypal back to site where GF creates a subscription (or user account or membership, whatever GF does).
    The subscription can be behind the scenes.
    After subscription, off to the print/download page (Gravity Forms PDF Extended).

    Is this easy as pie?

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday February 1, 2013 | Permalink
  2. All that can be done. I would not say easy as pie, but all those things have been accomplished by Gravity Forms users.

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday February 1, 2013 | Permalink
  3. LCroonquist

    Thanks Chris.

    Hey I want to tell you that I appreciate you are very busy, so I am not just sniveling about pointless stuff like a few time-wasters do on other support forums:)

    It's pretty important to gauge how much development time is involved for me.

    So lets just have a quick checklist to see if features are already there or if something needs development?

    • GF multi-page lightbox form with progress bar
    • Return from paypal and create user account
    • After Account creation go to form output plugin

    I am guessing this is all nearly included in what I want.
    Do you have a URL on the multi-step forms?

    Thanks Chris!

    Posted 9 years ago on Friday February 1, 2013 | Permalink
  4. 1. Progress bar indicator is built in to multi-page forms. Lightbox implementation is not. You would need to use a lighbox script or plugin on your site, then embed your Gravity Form in it. Here is an off-site explanation of opening your Gravity Form in a lighbox:

    2. Create user account is a feature of the User Registration Add-on. You can require that PayPal payment be completed before registering the user. Both these add-ons require a developer license.

    3. I'm not sure what the form output plugin is or what you would be outputting. Please clarify that and I will do my best to answer your question.

    For examples, here are some customer's forms

    This one uses steps rather than a progress bar:

    This one uses a progress bar:

    Posted 9 years ago on Saturday February 2, 2013 | Permalink