- I am wondering if this could be done, we have thousands of restaurants on the wordpress site as a blog posts and one small request quote form on the bottom of every restaurant post page where job applicants asks for the job, they fill in the personal info about them and they send it to the author of the post and to the administrator via confirmation emails.
- For that purpose I have created job applicant's custom post type = portfolio and all submissions is also displayed on those portfolio CPT pages,
- After succesfull submission every job applicant's name is a title
of every custom post type portfolio something like
URL: http://www.mywebsite.com/portfolio/petra-newman/ Title: Petra Newman
- I would like to display those names = titles of the custom post
types portfolio on those restaurants post pages where the form was submitted,
- Purpose: Other applicants can see how every virtual restaurant is
- I was thinking to create custom post field for every restaurant and
there store those submitters, so
- Question is: How can I tell to gravity form to store job applicants names = submitted form titles in those custom fields? Does exist any other option? How can I create list of submitters on every submitted post page?
- Conclusion: On every restaurant page where the form were submitted should be a list of applicant's names with links to every applicant portfolio.
I assume you are embedding one form on many pages (or custom posts). It is possible to have Gravity Forms capture the ID of the referring page, as well as know it's Title. This is helpful in the email notification, for example, to understand on what page a contact was on when they decided to make contact. IE a form that is on every page... but what prompted them to finally fill it out?
With this same information, you can reference the referring page in order to cross reference that with a list comprised of the titles/names of the people who sent information while on that page.
Even if you didn't capture that data in the beginning, I am fairly certain that information is inside the actual gravity form lead description meta, in the database. Probably from that you would be able to access the relationship of submitter -> referring page.
Otherwise I would have it saved as
post_meta in the future, as part of the post, so you don't have to dip into gforms tables.
Documentation on this hook will help: Gform after submission - GravityForms