I'm a little stuck because it's requiring more PHP than I know. I'm willing to learn but I think asking directly for help will be fastest.
Here's what I "get"
This is the sample code. 'lt;?php gravity_form($id, $display_title=true, $display_description=true, $display_inactive=false, $field_values=null, $ajax=false, $tabindex); ?>
I only need this much '<?php gravity_form($tabindex); ?>'; but I'm not sure how to include it on my site.
I'm using Thesis so I have a PHP file called "custom_functions.php" SInce the <?php declaration is at the beginning of the file. I don't need that part, right?
So is it as simple as adding this line into the file?
Or could I put this '<?php gravity_form($tabindex); ?>' into the page? This I should use the custom_functions file?
Thanks for clarifying. And educating me if I misunderstood.
I know enough that I don't want to guess!
See what Thesis has done to me? I guess what I'm asking is the grammar for PHP.
Posted 7 years ago on Friday January 13, 2012 | Permalink