Template Preview Image

To add the finishing touch to your custom template, we recommend adding a preview image, which gives users a nice visual of your template in the PDF Template Manager. This…

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Helper Parameters

Introduction #introduction We’ve included a number of techniques to assist you when creating custom PDF templates. From viewing the $form_data array in an easy-to-read format, to direct paths to the…

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Template Hierarchy

Introduction #introduction We touched on the template hierarchy when you created your first custom PDF template, but it’s a little more involved – especially for Multisite installations. It’s also not…

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Template Configuration

Introduction #introduction The template configuration file is an optional feature which allows you to set template-specific options for your custom template. You can also run commands when the template is…

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PHP Form Data Array

Introduction #introduction Gravity Forms merge tags and conditional shortcodes are useful PDF-building tools, but there are drawbacks. For instance, you cannot create nested conditionals or do any post-processing to the…

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Merge Tags and Conditional Shortcodes

Introduction #introduction Gravity Forms has a powerful marco they call Merge Tags which allows you to display form content, user meta data, post data and other information like the entry…

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First Custom PDF

Introduction #introduction Before we jump right into the code, we’re going to discuss the architecture Gravity PDF uses to register and load custom templates, how multisite sites differ from standard…

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Start Customising

Before You Begin #before-you-begin This section of the documentation is primarily written for developers. Assumed knowledge of WordPress basics, like action and filter hooks, with a solid PHP foundation and…

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