Support » Plugin: Gravity PDF » Powerful, But Not for Non-Programmers

  • I know HTML and CSS like the back of my hand, but after spending hours trying to figure this plug-in out, I gave up.

    If you do not have a good understanding of PHP, you will be at a loss with this plugin, and it didn’t have to be this way. The use of PHP in this plugin is not advanced but the documentation, while thorough, is written from a very technical standpoint and does a poor job of explaining the functionality to anyone that is not a PHP developer. The examples provided are unnecessarily complex, making it difficult to figure out.

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  • Plugin Author Jake Jackson

    (@blue-liquid-designs)

    Thank you for the feedback. Yes. The developers edition of the plugin is specifically targeted and written for developers. We are also looking at expanding our documentation to make it easier for non developers.

    Also, we are currently working on a premium edition of the software that is targeted at non-programmers which should be much more up your alley. It’s in the early development stages but we should have a beta released early next year. You can sign up to our newsletter to stay apprised of the development.

    I agree with Company 50.

    I need the PDF document to be printed exactly like I have my own template. But I cannot be able to find way to do so. How do I use examples? I think floats example – “example-float-and-positioning05.php” can help, but I don’t know how to use it.

    I am looking forward for your reply.

    Plugin Author Jake Jackson

    (@blue-liquid-designs)

    Please start a new topic in the WordPress or Gravity Forms PDF Extended support forums.

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