GravityView  1.19.4
The best, easiest way to display Gravity Forms entries on your website.
Public Member Functions
GravityView_FieldType_checkboxes Class Reference

Checkboxes input type - show a group of checkboxes Supports a "requires", which is the name of another checkbox in the same setting. More...

Inheritance diagram for GravityView_FieldType_checkboxes:
GravityView_FieldType

Public Member Functions

 render_input ($override_input=null)
 
 render_option ()
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from GravityView_FieldType
 __construct ($name= '', $field=array(), $curr_value=NULL)
 
 get_field_desc ()
 Retrieve field description. More...
 
 get_field_id ()
 Build input id based on the name. More...
 
 get_field_label ()
 Retrieve field label. More...
 
 get_field_left_label ()
 Retrieve field left label. More...
 
 get_label_class ()
 Retrieve field label class. More...
 
 get_tooltip ()
 
 render_input ($override_input)
 important! Override this class outputs the input html part More...
 
 render_option ()
 important! Override this class outputs the field option html More...
 
 render_setting ($override_input=NULL)
 important! Override this class if needed outputs the field setting html More...
 
 show_merge_tags ()
 Verify if field should have merge tags. More...
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Static Public Member Functions inherited from GravityView_FieldType
static get_field_defaults ()
 Returns the default details for a field option. More...
 
- Protected Attributes inherited from GravityView_FieldType
 $field
 
 $name
 
 $value
 

Detailed Description

Checkboxes input type - show a group of checkboxes Supports a "requires", which is the name of another checkbox in the same setting.

If set, the checkbox will be shown only if "requires" checkbox is checked as well.

Since
1.17

Definition at line 7 of file type_checkboxes.php.

Member Function Documentation

render_input (   $override_input = null)

Definition at line 24 of file type_checkboxes.php.

References $label, GravityView_FieldType\$value, and ul.

Referenced by render_option().

render_option ( )

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