GravityView  2.1.1
The best, easiest way to display Gravity Forms entries on your website.
Variables
delete_link.php File Reference

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Variables

 $attributes
 
 $gravityview_view = GravityView_View::getInstance()
 
 $href = GravityView_Delete_Entry::get_delete_link( $entry, $view_id )
 
if(!GravityView_Delete_Entry::check_user_cap_delete_entry( $entry, $field_settings)) $link_text = empty( $field_settings['delete_link'] ) ? __('Delete Entry', 'gravityview') : $field_settings['delete_link']
 
 $view_id = $gravityview_view->getViewId()
 

Variable Documentation

◆ $attributes

$attributes
Initial value:
= array(
)
static get_confirm_dialog()
Get the onclick attribute for the confirm dialogs that warns users before they delete an entry...

Definition at line 20 of file delete_link.php.

Referenced by GravityView_Delete_Entry\add_delete_button(), GV\as_html(), and View_Table_Template\the_entry().

◆ $gravityview_view

$gravityview_view = GravityView_View::getInstance()

◆ $href

$href = GravityView_Delete_Entry::get_delete_link( $entry, $view_id )

◆ $link_text

$link_text = empty( $field_settings['delete_link'] ) ? __('Delete Entry', 'gravityview') : $field_settings['delete_link']

◆ $view_id

$view_id = $gravityview_view->getViewId()