Forms collect data and save it in your WordPress database. What if you want to display that data? Formidable Forms is the only WordPress form builder plugin with Views built-in to display form data on the front end of your site.
Any data submitted or imported into a Formidable form can be beautifully displayed, searched, and filtered on the front end of your site. Views also allow you to display a linked details page for individual entries. An example of this would be a classifieds listings site. It includes the listings on a page that link to more detailed information.
Views are the key to creating powerful sites containing real estate listings, employment listings, event calendars, business or member directories, and searchable databases. With Views, your options to manage, display, and search data on the front end of your site are virtually limitless.
Views are included in the core Formidable Pro plugin.
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WOW. Formidable Forms is indeed... formidable!! I've been using it every day for a month now and you've created anEric Salles
amazingly powerful tool that's allowing me to whip up a subscriber-based front-end database that I didn't think was possible
without hiring a "real" developer. Your documentation is amazing and I've found answers to dozens and dozens of questions, all with easy to follow steps that allow even this noob to create complex exchanges of
Display statistics from form entries, and graph your data in a variety of eye catching styles with graphs that automatically update as new data is submitted.
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I am not a developer, but your product is so user friendly that I have been able to build a feature rich website that looks great without developer assistance. Your step by step "how to" in your documentation enabled me to create a great looking calendar without any questions.Bill Dillon