GravityView  1.19.4
The best, easiest way to display Gravity Forms entries on your website.
GravityView_Default_Template_Edit Class Reference

GravityView_Default_Template_Edit class. More...

Inheritance diagram for GravityView_Default_Template_Edit:
GravityView_Template

Additional Inherited Members

- Public Member Functions inherited from GravityView_Template
 __construct ($id, $settings=array(), $field_options=array(), $areas=array())
 
 assign_active_areas ($areas, $template= '', $context= 'directory')
 Assign active areas (for admin configuration) More...
 
 assign_field_options ($field_options, $template_id, $field_id=NULL, $context= 'directory')
 Assign template specific field options. More...
 
 assign_fields_xml ($xml= '', $template= '')
 Set the Gravity Forms import form by using the preset_fields field defined in the template. More...
 
 assign_form_xml ($xml= '', $template= '')
 Set the Gravity Forms import form information by using the preset_form field defined in the template. More...
 
 assign_view_slug ($default, $context)
 Assign the template slug when loading the presentation template (frontend) More...
 
 get_active_areas ($context)
 
 register_styles ()
 If the template has a CSS file defined in the css_source setting, register it It will be registered using gravityview_style_{template_id} format. More...
 
 register_template ($templates)
 Register the template to display in the admin. More...
 
- Data Fields inherited from GravityView_Template
 $active_areas
 
 $field_options
 
 $settings
 
 $template_id
 

Detailed Description

GravityView_Default_Template_Edit class.

Defines Edit Table(default) template (Edit Entry) - this is not visible; it's an internal template only.

Definition at line 19 of file class-gravityview-default-template-edit.php.


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