Okay, I've fooled with this in several different ways and spent time looking through the help forums. But I'm stumped.
Here is the form I have set up - note that the input fields that I used STILL show in the labels (I did this on purpose so that you guys can see what I did and help me get it fixed)
I am trying to use GF to have users submit data that will be used as a blog post.
1. Should the form be set to Pending or Draft?
I have a category of "wine reviews" then subcategories of "albarino, barbera, cabernet franc, cabernet savignon, etc." Some of these are white, some are red. My intention was to have a multiple choice at the top of the form for 'type of wine?' with red, white, rose, etc. as answers.
Based on that answer, the next question would be varietal. Using the conditional logic, only the red wine subcategories would show up if the type of wine = red. The user would select the dropdown for that varietal - say Cabernet - which would be the category.
I tried this using NO CONDITIONAL LOGIC and it always does the same thing - goes directly to Uncategorized. How do I fix this?
Additionally, the ONLY information that is actually going to the post is the Title and the Post Body. None of the Custom Fields are showing up in the post. I have NOT used the "custom Field Name" entry on the edit form for GF at all - the drop down shows "select an existing custom field" on all of the custom fields. Can somebody explain what I am supposed to be doing with this?
Sorry if I sound like I'm a newbie, but I am. And if hooks or php are required, well, then I think I may need somebody to outsource this to. . .
(I loved the GF for the other forms I needed. But I'm hoping I can get this bit figured out)