I’ve got the basics of creating a custom display, but I want to create one for a customer that shows 3 records across a table row as in this example: http://www.oldnorthstateohd.com/testimonials/. Each one of those table cells contains a different record. I know how to show them one record per row vertically, but the horizontal display is beyond me. […]
I’ve started to create a series of Formidable Pro tutorials on my website and have just completed the first installment. You can view it here: http://victorfont.com/formidable-pro-guestbook/
A while ago I posted a tutorial about building a better guestbook with Formidable Pro. This is Part 2 of the tutorial about building a custom display to show your guestbook entries to your users.
Checking my system error log this morning, I discovered several thousand entries for Formidable Pro errors created within the last month starting on June 6. The entries are there for all of my blog sites. [06-Jun-2012 13:15:29] WordPress database error Multiple primary key defined for query ALTER TABLE wp_frm_fields ADD PRIMARY KEY (`id`) made by […]
Since updating to 1.06.07, the following message will not go away: Your Formidable Pro installation isn’t quite complete yet. Automatically Upgrade to Enable Formidable Pro
My latest tutorial: Search For and Display Results with Formidable Pro. I’m proud of this one. It came out great! http://youtu.be/jO6NqXz4bFA
If you use Formidable Pro with the Genesis Framework, then you know the delivered custom view pagination is very different from the Genesis pagination. I’ve created a custom version of the Formidable Pro pagination.php to use the Genesis styles. It may still need a few minor spacing tweaks, but it works fine for the display. […]
I was searching for a way to do this this morning and found several documented ways to display tooltips for a Checkbox container, but not for each individual item in a checkbox container. So I came up with my own method, which turned out to be amazingly simple, using the jQuery built-in Tooltip Widget. Here’s […]