Category: GravityView

Gravity Forms is the best WordPress form plugin, but sometimes you need to display form entries on the front end. That’s where GravityView comes in. 

GravityView is a powerful add-on for Gravity Forms that allows you to display Gravity Forms entries on the front end. Display your entries using a variety of beautiful layouts, filter views, allow users to edit their own entries, and much more. Here you’ll learn about configuring new Views, how to display entries on a map or calendar, how to display user profiles, and more.

Feature Highlight: The A-Z Filters Widget

Feature Highlight: The GravityView A-Z Filters Widget

In this edition of Feature Highlights, we’re exploring the GravityView A-Z Filters widget. This handy widget displays a list of links from A-Z, allowing you to filter entries in a View alphabetically. This adds another way for users to search your Views and is especially useful for member directories. Keep… Read more

Feature Highlight: The [gravityview] Shortcode

Feature Highlight: The GravityView Shortcode

In this edition of Feature Highlights, we’re exploring the powerful shortcode. No, it’s not only for embedding Views! The [gravityiew] shortcode allows you to filter entries by specific values, display the total number of entries in a View, and much more. Shortcodes in WordPress are text strings enclosed in square… Read more