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WordPress WordPress Hooks - Actions and Filters Hooking Into WordPress Plugins Gravity Forms Example

Adrienne McCurdy
Adrienne McCurdy
37 Points

How to set up Gravity Form answers to sort 'Quiz' questions into categories on a new WordPress page?

I am using Gravity forms and need help changing an existing form, version 1.9.19 by rocketgenius.

I have 16 quiz questions that each have 4 types of 'answers' using radio buttons (can only choose one at a time, they are weighted). These 4 'answer' types are really categories to help people prioritize statements (questions).

I want people to click on 'submit' for the form and then have the statements (questions) reorganized under their level of priority (value of answer) on another page.

A WordPress page is already set up to populate their 'answers' to the 'questions' in a standard way:

'''WordPress [su_row] [su_column size="2/3"]1. The youth program makes a difference in people's lives.[/su_column] [su_column size="1/3"]{1:2}[/su_column] [/su_row] [su_row] [su_column size="2/3"]2. Youth help plan events, projects and programs.[/su_column] [su_column size="1/3"]{2:3}[/su_column] [/su_row] '''

My clients want to reorganize it so that the 'answer' category acts as a header with the statements (questions) restated underneath them. It would look something like this, but I am not sure how:

''' <b>Core Value</b> (List all 'answer = 4' 'questions' below)

  1. The youth program makes a difference in people's lives.
  2. Youth have opportunities to learn from other youth.

<b>Priority</b> (List all 'answer = 3 'questions' below)

  1. Youth have opportunities to build relationships with the community.
  2. The initiative actively builds its own ability and the ability of adult supporters to engage youth. '''

Thank you! Adrienne