Update or Delete Posts, Pages or Custom Post Types with Gravity Forms. Through a variety of filters the form can be restricted to the author, use custom permissions, take advantage of conditional fields, disable entries, override post status and more!
NOTE: This is the first official release, test with your own data and if something doesn’t work as expected send bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Upload the folder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- How do I use it?
Simply embed a post form into a page with Gravity Forms and them pass a post id to the page via ‘gform_post_id’.
- Does it respect Capabilities
- Will it save custom fields as unique
Yes, there is a checkbox you can check on each custom field you add to the form to have the field saved as unique.
- Are there any filters/options?
Yes, see the readme.txt file for example of hooks and filters that can be used
Use the default status of the post being edited
function gform_update_post_status($status, $form)
add_filter(‘gform_update_post_status’, ‘gform_update_post_status’, 10, 2);
function gform_update_post_entries($status, $form)
add_filter(‘gform_update_post_entries’, ‘gform_update_post_entries’, 10, 2);
Change the options for the plugin
$options[‘request_id’] = ‘gform_post_id_special’;
return $options; } add_filter('gform_update_post_id', 'gform_update_post_id');
Update Delete Button
function gform_update_post_delete_button($button, $form)
‘ . $button . ‘
add_filter(‘gform_update_post_delete_button’, ‘gform_update_post_delete_button’, 10, 2);
Change the delete confirmation
return __(‘Ack, you deleted it… haha!’);
add_filter(‘gform_update_post_confirmation_delete’, ‘gform_update_post_confirmation_delete’, 10, 2);
Contributors & Developers
“Gravity Forms – Update Post” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Custom Meta Fix
- Added banner-772×250.png
- Updated the FAQ on the readme.txt
- Initial Build