Calculated Fields Form Blog

Tips and cases of use for a successful WordPress website with calculated forms.

Generating PDF files at runtime with the information collected by the form

Integrating the form with the WebMerge service to generate PDF files at runtime with the information collected by the forms. The post describe a case of use: the generation of purchase invoices.

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Server Side Equations

The server side equations are the alternative to use server side code or the server resources in the equations, access to external APIs or services, and hide the business logic.

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Calculated Fields Forms, the most misunderstood operations

Very popular and important operations in the plugin that can result hard to understand, like conditional statements, rounding operations, distance estimation, date time operations.

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WebHook Add On

The easiest way to access to hundred of services through a simple URL. Case of use: Integrating the form with Google Sheets using Zapier as connector service.

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Complementary Blocks

The CP Block plugin includes many blocks of code: html, css and js to as complement of plugins like the Calculated Fields Form, the Contact Form 7, and for using directly in pages and posts.

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Forms Revisions

The revisions are automatic backups of the forms, every time a form is modified, allowing to do a rollback to a previous version.

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Sending notification emails with the Calculated Fields Form plugin

The Calculated Fields Form plugin allows to send notification emails after the forms' submissions, with copy to the user that submits the form.

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The Calculated Fields Form plugin is GDPR compliant

The “Calculated Fields Form” plugin includes a new control: Acceptance (GDPR) to ensure the users give their consent in store the information collected by the form.

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