Gravity Forms does not support the concept of inventory out of the box. This snippet provides an easy method for setting up simple, one-off inventory limits on a per field basis.
Rounding by increments allows you to round a number (up or down) to the nearest increment of n. If n were 25, 26 would be rounded to 25, whereas 49 would be rounded to 50.
This snippet allows you to limit submissions to any (or all) Gravity Forms per a time period (i.e. 30 minutes, 24 hours, 2 days, etc) by a user ID, user role, IP address, a specific form URL, or the value of a specific field.
A simple, code-based solution for creating conditional logic rules based on the current time. Works anywhere Gravity Forms conditional logic is supported (i.e. fields, confirmations, notifications, etc).
A simple way to create custom templates for displaying files uploaded via a Multi-File Upload field. Image files can be displayed as images, video files can be loaded as playable videos, PDFs (and other text file types) can be stylized to indicate the file type. The possibilities are endless.
A simple way of getting the subtotal for your Gravity Form calculations.
An easy method for preventing inexperienced users from submitting the form prematurely.
Filling out field after required field can rot your brain. Save a huge amount of time by automatically unrequiring required fields.
Improve Gravity Forms validation errors for mobile users by automatically focusing on the first field with a validation error.
Ensure that a value entered in Form B has been previously submitted (or generated) on Form A. This is useful if you’re generating a reference number of some sort on Form A and would like the user to enter it on Form B.
A simple way to reload a Gravity Form in a modal when the modal is closed; resetting the form to it’s original state.
Easily disable a large range of dates from being selectable using GP Limit Dates with this handy filter.