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    • #361
      c2foryou
      Member

      I’ve been reading the documentation and just re-watched the presentation again and am unable to find any information on how you are creating the front end client interaction in the demo. Was the demo just using Kevin’s “Gravity Forms Update Post” plugin?

      Please let me know if there are any any built in functionality for front end interaction, or if you have specific recommendations for handling this.

      Thanks!

    • #362
      Kevin
      Keymaster

      @c2foryou-

      We do have this and are wrapping up a few things in the next release so we can then release front-end forms (they do much more than just inputting data ;). What were you looking to do?

      Thanks,

      Kevin

    • #365
      c2foryou
      Member

      Actually, something very similar to your demo in the presentation. Users submitting and editing a custom post type on the front end, and admins having additional interaction in the WP admin side. So, the ability for users to start a form/post tied to their user account ID and then come back and make changes at a later time.

      I have most of this working with a combination of the Advanced Custom Fields plugin and Gravity Forms, but was thinking some of the logic may be easier to implement with Piklist if there were tools for front end input like your bike store demo.

      This is a client project so I don’t have a lot of time to wait for the next version. Let me know if you have it at a point that I could help test, otherwise I will keep monitoring your progress for future projects.

      Thanks!

    • #368
      Steve
      Keymaster

      @c2foryou– Probably safer to not wait. We are working on getting all code solid and stable before moving to front end forms with validation.

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