GravityView  1.19.4
The best, easiest way to display Gravity Forms entries on your website.
view-settings.php
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1 <?php
2 /**
3  * @package GravityView
4  * @subpackage Gravityview/admin/metaboxes/views
5  * @global $post
6  */
7 global $post;
8 
10 
11 // View template settings
13 
14 ?>
15 
16 <table class="form-table">
17 
18  <?php
19 
20  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'page_size', $current_settings );
21 
22  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'lightbox', $current_settings );
23 
24  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'show_only_approved', $current_settings );
25 
26  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'admin_show_all_statuses', $current_settings );
27 
28  /**
29  * @since 1.5.4
30  */
31  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'hide_until_searched', $current_settings );
32 
33  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'hide_empty', $current_settings );
34 
35  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'user_edit', $current_settings );
36 
37  /**
38  * @since 1.5.1
39  */
40  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'user_delete', $current_settings );
41 
42  /**
43  * @since 1.15.2
44  */
45  GravityView_Render_Settings::render_setting_row( 'embed_only', $current_settings );
46 
47  do_action( 'gravityview_admin_directory_settings', $current_settings );
48 
49  ?>
50 
51 </table>
global $post
gravityview_get_template_settings($post_id)
Get all the settings for a View.
$current_settings
gravityview_get_form_id($view_id)
Get the connected form ID from a View ID.
$curr_form