I am currently building a WordPress site that sells Training Courses that are delivered at various locations on various dates. I currently have the Training Courses displayed in a simple 5 column table that contains the Course Title, Course Location, Course Date, Price and Offer Price. The table is populated by uploading a csv file.
I don't just want visitors to view the courses and the relevant information but to click on a selected course title and the site redirect them to a booking [gravity] form that contains the Course Title, Location, Date and Price already pre-populated.
The issue I have is that I am not a coder and need something relatively simple that will pull the data from the table to the form. I have looked into query string but not had much success and the other thing that puts me off about this method is that I have hundreds of courses and don't really want to have to manually create a unique link for each one.
I am sure for somebody with coding experience this probably seems a basic request but I have hit a brick wall here.
If anyone has had experience with working with Gravity Forms to pre-populate event information and has a suggestion I would be most grateful.
As an alternative to populating a form from data within the table is it a better option to create a Gravity Form for each course title then create a drop down text list that contains the Location and Date that are relevant to that course.