Hi, Ok, just looking to see if there's something I could leverage in FRM, I will work through this custom code ... :) I'm trying to load a View with AJAX after a form has been submitted. I have it
Hi, I'm trying to pull a query string value from a URL into the content section of a post. I know I can use the [get param=abc] shortcode in a view or even a form. To put in the content section
Hi, Here is my use case. I've set it up so administrators can create a new WP user front-end using the Register User Form Action and the frm_get_default_value hook. Works great! I've also set
Hi, I have on a page a view that displays a listing with name and date info for the entries. By default, on the page, the view displays sorted by date (descending). I have a "dropdown link"
Hi, I'm using the following to get a field value from an entry, by entry ID: $x = FrmEntryMeta::get_entry_meta($entry, 123); I see some reference to this approach (i.e
Hi, I wanted to give a certain type of user (Role Contributor) the ability to export entries, the method I have selected to provision the ability to export is as follows: - in the back-end
Hi, I'm using Bootstrap to style my app which leverages Formidable. For this app I'm not the Bootstrap plugin. I wanted to change the default Formidable style for pagination to be more like
Hi, I have a form such that it uses views in certain fields to pre-populate data based on the users last submission. The views use the following filter: - Entry ID is equal to [get
Hi, I needed quick way to be able to allow the front-end export of raw entries, as is, in the default format that formidable does it (when you click the Download CSV button). I have found a way
Hi, I'm looking for a way to show / hide different content and formidable elements based on values for a particular entry. For example, this form called: features, has a field called say "feature1"