GravityView  1.19.4
The best, easiest way to display Gravity Forms entries on your website.
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custom.php File Reference

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Namespaces

 GravityView
 includes
 

Variables

if(empty($field_settings['content'])) $content = GravityView_API::replace_variables( $field_settings['content'], $form, $entry )
 
 $field_settings ['content'] = apply_filters( 'gravityview/fields/custom/content_before', $field_settings['content'] )
 
 $gravityview_view = GravityView_View::getInstance()
 

Variable Documentation

if (apply_filters( 'gravityview/fields/custom/decode_shortcodes', false, $content)) if (!empty($field_settings['wpautop'])) $content = GravityView_API::replace_variables( $field_settings['content'], $form, $entry )
$field_settings['content'] = apply_filters( 'gravityview/fields/custom/content_before', $field_settings['content'] )
Runs Filter:
gravityview/fields/custom/content_before Modify Custom Content field output before Merge Tag processing
Since
1.6.2
Parameters
string$contentHTML content of field

Definition at line 27 of file custom.php.

Referenced by GravityView_API\entry_link_html(), GravityView_Field_FileUpload\field_options(), GravityView_API\field_value(), GravityView_Field_Is_Approved\filter_field_value(), and GravityView_Field_Date_Created\get_content().

$gravityview_view = GravityView_View::getInstance()

Definition at line 10 of file custom.php.