Gravity Forms and Gravity View: Build advanced forms and make it possible for users to view and edit content on the front end of your site.

This month, Lou Anne from the Bay Area Foothills meetup walked us through Gravity Forms, one of the most popular form builders for WordPress, and an add-on called Gravity View, which makes it possible to display and edit data entered via Gravity Forms on the front end of your site. The following videos are from her presentation.

Gravity Forms, Part I
Gravity Forms, Part II
Gravity View, Part I
Gravity View, Part II

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Dave Kuhar

Dave is the jack-of-all-trades running Transmit Studio, a media creation lab in San Jose. He's built more websites than he can remember, well over a hundred of them on WordPress. Whether it's tradeshow booths, video/TV, graphic design, presentations, magazine, tearsheet, and catalog layout, corporate identity packages, or just about any other kind of visual communication project, he's worked on it!

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