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  • Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @jaso,

    I’m not sure I understand your question.
    Do you mean a thank you page after people submit their entry?

    Kind regards,
    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @jessicafs

    Thank you very much for your nice review!
    If you have any suggestions for further improvement, let us know.

    Kind regards,
    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @guillermodewey

    Thanks for your review.

    Thanks for the suggestion. The plugin doesn’t delete the css that is already filled in, because multiple css classes are possible to add (and there is no way of knowing if we should replace or just add, safer way is to always add). Hope that explains.

    Kind regards,
    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    hi @jtdocs

    Thanks for your message. No, this is not supported and we don’t have plans to add this to the shortcode coming time. The created_by is available as single filter field in the entry meta-data. Since for one entry there can be multiple workflow steps, that can each be assigned to multiple users / assignee’s, it’s also more work to add this in a good way. I’m sure it’s possible, but some custom code is needed.

    Hope this answers your question.

    Kind regards,
    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @susan333

    No, that’s not possible with the GravityWP Count shortcode. The shortcode only gives back a number.

    You can use the shortcode result in combination with some JavaScript counter function to get the effect, but this needs custom code.

    Kind regards,

    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    This problem is solved, I’m adding this answer for other people that have the same question.

    So first: I tried with only the formid (and used the shortcode that didn’t work as a basis).

    [gravitywp_count formid=’2′]

    This didn’t work. This has to do with the wrong use of parentheses. I cleaned it up and than it worked again.

    [gravitywp_count formid='2']

    So next, it didn’t work selecting for SA – MOUNT BARKER.

    [gravitywp_count formid=’2′ filter_field2=’10’ filter_value2=’SA – MOUNT BARKER’]

    It turned out that the dash used in the middle of SA and MOUNT BARKER is different from the dash you use in the value field in the dropdown. The plugin than correctly shows 0, because it can’t find an exact match. I cleaned it up and copied the value from the dropdown into the plugin. Than it worked:

    [gravitywp_count formid='2' filter_field2='10' filter_value2='SA - MOUNT BARKER']

    The isnot Praise worked good (I did clean up all the parantheses and kept them in one style).

    [gravitywp_count formid='2' filter_field='6' filter_operator='isnot' filter_value='Praise' filter_field2='10' filter_value2='SA - MOUNT BARKER']

    This last shortcode works as expected. When adding the shortcode, be sure to work in the text (HTML) editor of WP (or notepad) to keep it clean.

    @pfritz333 Again thanks for the donation, very much appreciated! And good luck.

    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi Peter,

    The plugin searches for the actual value of a field, so not the label. Can it be that you have values that differ from the label of the dropdowns?

    Otherwise please send me the export of your form, so I can have a look.
    info@gravitywp.com

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    I see that I accidentally deleted the 2nd filter_value, see here for correct shortcode you can use:

    [gravitywp_count formid=’2′ filter_field=’6′ filter_operator=’isnot’ filter_value=’Praise’ filter_field2=’10’ filter_value2=’SA – MOUNT BARKER’]

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Thanks for the kind message.

    You should number the filters separately:

    [gravitywp_count formid=”2″ filter_field=”6″ filter_operator=’isnot’ filter_value=”Praise” filter_field2=”10″ =”SA – MOUNT BARKER”]

    So when using multiple filters you can use filter_field2 (in combination with filter_value2, filter_operator2), filter_field3 etc etc

    Hope this helps,

    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @ehbloom

    You can use isnot

    See also the changelog:

    Added filter_operator (conditional logic) attributes for filtering to shortcode (default: is | other options: isnot, not_equal, greater_than, less_than, contains, starts_with, ends_with)

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @dapro

    This falls outside our official plugin documentation / support. Did you test if the individual use of our shortcode functions?

    You could try to delete the last three arguments from the shortcode (decimals, dec_point and thousand_sep), since you just want to get the unformatted number to do calculations.

    Also investigate on the numerous PHP and WordPress how to build a shortcode sites to see how you can debug your code yourself. A tip: use var_dump on different places to see if the variables you want to count contain the correct values.

    Good luck and if you get it to work, please share here.

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi Vianney,

    This is not something you can use this plugin for, because the entry is not yet submitted.

    You can use this plugin from Gravity Perks.

    You need to create different pages in the form (at least two) and you can show a number count (or any other field value) from a previous page in the form inside a HTML box.

    For the calculation itself you can use a number field with calculation that is not visible and calculate with the values from your radio buttons or create conditionally multiple number fields that are active or not based on the radio button selections.

    Hope this helps.

    Kind regards,

    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @rjrijo

    We consider your question to be solved. The plugin works with WP 5.2.

    Kind regards,
    Erik

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @dabala
    You could add your own filter in the plug-in, but you should dive in the PHP code and filtering options of Gravity Forms.
    Please share your work, so we can incorporate it into the plug-in.

    Plugin Author GravityWP

    (@gravitywp)

    Hi @rjrij
    Do you experience any problems with the plug-in in 5.1.1?

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