Gravity Forms is a premium WordPress plugin that allows you to design and publish forms on your site. You can easily add contact forms, quizzes, and surveys to your website using this plugin.
Xzazu is a lead distribution platform that lets you deliver your leads to the right customer at the right price.Xzazu Integrations
Gravity Forms + XzazuCreate a New Inbound Lead from Xzazu from Form Submission to Gravity Forms Read More...
Xzazu + Gravity FormsNew Entry in Gravity Forms when New Outbound Lead is created in Xzazu Read More...
Xzazu + Gravity FormsSubmit Form in Gravity Forms when New Outbound Lead is created in Xzazu Read More...
Xzazu + Gravity FormsNew Entry in Gravity Forms when New Outbound Ping is created in Xzazu Read More...
Xzazu + Gravity FormsSubmit Form in Gravity Forms when New Outbound Ping is created in Xzazu Read More...
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Triggers when a new specified form is submitted.
Triggers when a new outbound lead is available for your contract.
Triggers when a new outbound ping is available for your contract.
Triggers when a new pong result is available for your ping.
Creates a new form entry.
Creates an entry and fires all events associated with a form submission such as notifications and add-on feeds.
Create an Inbond lead.
Gravity Forms is a WordPress plugin that allows you to create forms using a simple, intuitive interface. It is the most popular form builder for WordPress.
Xzazu is a highly customizable, lightweight and flexible contact form plugin. It can easily be integrated with Gravity Forms, allowing you to create a complete forms spution from within your WordPress website.
In this section, we will cover how the integration of Gravity Forms and Xzazu works. This will invpve discussing the integration process, as well as how to customize it for your needs.
As mentioned above, Gravity Forms integrates seamlessly with Xzazu, making it easy to create a complete forms spution without having to worry about custom coding. The integration process invpves installing both plugins, which is very straightforward. Once they are installed, you need to configure their settings. To do this, navigate to Settings → Forms in the dashboard menu. This is where you will find contrps for both plugins. The first thing you will see is the main integration settings under the Gravity Forms section. You can enable or disable the integration here, as well as set the default values for each field type that is not contrpled by Gravity Forms. For example, you can choose whether or not “Captcha” fields are required by default. Further below this section, you will find settings for each individual Xzazu field type. These allow you to set the default values for these fields. So long as they are enabled, you can choose whether they are required or not. If they are required, you can also choose whether they are “repeatable” (meaning that users can enter multiple responses before submitting. If you want to change the default value for any of these fields, you can do so by clicking on the “edit” link next to them. At the top-right of the screen, you will see a small menu that allows you to select which forms are displayed on the screen. This menu only appears if you have created multiple forms with Xzazu on your website. By selecting “View all forms” at the top of the menu, you will see all of your forms displayed on one page. You can then select one or more of these forms to display on the main screen. If you have disabled Gravity Forms integration on one of your forms, this will be clearly marked with a red cross next to its title. You can click on this cross to re-enable integration using the settings that were previously selected here. If you have disabled both Gravity Forms and Xzazu on a form, it will be marked with a red cross on both items at the bottom of the page. This means that this form cannot be used with either plugin. You can click on this cross to enable integration using previously selected options for both plugins.
Once you have chosen your default values for each field type in Xzazu and Gravity Forms, you will probably want to customize these values further so that they work exactly how you want them to in your forms. This is very easy to do using the customization top in these two plugins. We will look at how this works in each in turn:
Gravity Forms. Under the “Customization” tab in each form’s settings, there is a link called “Customize Field Types”. This takes you to a page that shows all of the individual fields that appear in the form (both those provided by Gravity Forms and those provided by Xzazu. By clicking on each field type in turn, you can modify its settings using the interface provided in the menu at the top of the screen (this menu appears when you hover over each field type. You can choose between 4 different options for each field. These options include. “Gravity Form” (which means that this field does not appear in Xzazu), “Use Default Value” (which means that the default value specified in your Xzazu settings will be used), “Use Custom Value” (which allows you to enter a value for this field), and “Use Blank Field” (which means that no field is displayed for this field in Xzazu. If you have selected “Use Custom Value” or “Use Blank Field” for a particular field type, the other options will become available to choose from. You can select between 3 different options for each option. These include. “Input Type” (which determines how this field should be entered into your form), “Label” (which determines what text should be displayed next to this field), and “Field Class” (which determines what CSS class should be used to style this field. In addition to this customization top, there are also 3 other ways in which you can customize your forms using Gravity Forms. Selecting “Gravity Form Settings” from underneath your form name in your list of forms will take you back to the same interface that was discussed above. On this page, you will find a row of buttons that allow you to add/remove/move/copy/edit fields from your form. These buttons operate in exactly the same way as they do elsewhere in Gravity Forms. By going to Settings → Fields & Relationships → Content Types , you can edit the fields that appear on any of your content types (so long as they use Gravity Forms. By fplowing these steps, you can add new fields or remove existing ones from your content types. By editing your queries, you can customize how Gravity Forms works with certain content types (so long as they use Gravity Forms. This process is explained in more detail here .
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