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Split up form into several pages?

  1. Hi there.

    I'm looking for a simple solution for creating an e-mail form that is split up into four seperate pages, as there is too much information being processed to keep it anywhere near tidy on one single page. Is there a way to get GF to do this? (One way would be to pass all the given information to the next form instead of working it right into an e-mail on 'Submit')

    Also, the website I'll need this for is created without wordpress and located on a server without any database. Could I install GF on my own server and load it into an iFrame or php-include it? Simply put: will I have means to find out what PHP files GF uses in what order to display and process the form?

    Thank you a lot for your reply!

    Posted 12 years ago on Saturday November 14, 2009 | Permalink
  2. Landen

    I have the same issue, can Gravity Forms be used to create a multi-page form?

    Posted 12 years ago on Sunday November 15, 2009 | Permalink
  3. The current version of Gravity Forms doesn't support multi-page or "wizard" style forms. That is something that will be added to a future release, but I'm not sure exactly when that will be available.

    Jules, yes, technically you could pass values from one form to another by passing variables from the first form in the query string to the second form and so on. You would create hidden fields on the 2nd form to hold the values from the first.


    One downside to doing it this way, especially if you have several forms linked is that each form will have an entry stored in the entries table. It will get cluttered pretty quickly.

    Also, there's no easy way at this time to include a GF in a non-WordPress site. I'm sure with some effort you could work up an iframe solution, but overall it sounds like what you're trying to achieve with this form is a stretch for this version of GF.

    Posted 12 years ago on Sunday November 15, 2009 | Permalink
  4. Thanks a lot for your reply! I will look for another solution, then, but I'll make sure to keep an eye on GF. I'm pretty sure it will come in handy for future projects.

    So long and thanks again,

    Posted 12 years ago on Wednesday November 18, 2009 | Permalink