For my talk at WordCamp Orlando 2013, I spoke on the Ins and Outs of Gravity Forms, and I referenced a lot of material, so I figured it would make sense to put together a list of those resources for reference by those who attended the talk, or watched it after the fact.
Gravity Forms license
I suppose the first thing is, you need a Gravity Forms license. You’re not going to get very far without it! If you don’t yet have a Gravity Forms license, but want one, you can buy one here:
Review the slides
I have written a good deal about Gravity Forms in the past few years, since I use it so often, so here’s a collection of tutorials, many of which I may have discussed in the presentation.
- A General Overview or Gravity Forms
- Improve the Layout of your Gravity Form with CSS Ready Classes
- How to Build a Donation Form with Gravity Forms
- Allow Users to Update their Profile from the Front End with Gravity Forms
- Create an Online Payment System with Gravity Forms and Stripe
- Create a Poll on your WordPress Site with Gravity Forms
- What the Gravity Forms tab index is and how to use it
- Using coupons in Gravity Forms
- Pre-populate Fields using Gravity Forms
- Conditional Gravity Forms Fields based on Restrict Content Pro Access Level
- Create a Newsletter Widget with Gravity Forms
- Notify Users When They Haven’t Completed a Form
- Allow users to submit posts, events, reviews, listings and more
- How to set and check for cookies in WordPress
- How to integrate WordPress with Pardot using Gravity Forms
Thanks for listening to me blabber on about my favourite plugin, Gravity Forms.
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