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: Field Conditional Logic

Feature Highlight: Field conditional logic in GravityView

In this edition of Feature Highlights, we’re exploring Field Conditional Logic in GravityView. Field Conditional Logic allows you to show/hide individual fields in a View based on conditions that you set. Field conditional logic is useful if you want to hide certain information from non-registered users or display placeholder content… Read more

Feature Highlight: Maps Info Boxes

Feature Highlight: GravityView Maps Info Boxes

In this edition of Feature Highlights, we’re exploring the Info Boxes feature for the GravityView Maps layout. Info boxes allow you to display information about an entry when a user clicks on that entry’s map marker. Info Boxes are useful for displaying summary data, links, or custom content related to… Read more