GravityView  2.10.1
The best, easiest way to display Gravity Forms entries on your website.
Public Member Functions
Entry_Legacy_Template Class Reference

If this file is called directly, abort. More...

Inheritance diagram for Entry_Legacy_Template:
Entry_Template Template

Public Member Functions

 render ()
 Render an old template. More...
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from Entry_Template
 __construct (Entry $entry, View $view, Request $request)
 Initializer. More...
 
 __destruct ()
 
 add_id_specific_templates ( $templates, $slug, $name)
 Enable granular template overrides based on current post, view, form, etc. More...
 
 get_back_label ( $do_replace=true)
 Fetch the back link label for an entry context. More...
 
 render ()
 Output some HTML. More...
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from Template
 __construct ()
 General template initialization. More...
 
 __destruct ()
 Disallow any cleanup for fear of loss of global data. More...
 
 pop_template_data ( $var_name='data')
 Restore the template data from the stack. More...
 
 push_template_data ( $data, $var_name='data')
 Push the current template data down the stack and set. More...
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Static Public Member Functions inherited from Template
static split_slug ( $slug, $name=null)
 Get a directory part and a full slug+name (file) components. More...
 
- Data Fields inherited from Entry_Template
 $entry
 
 $request
 
 $view
 
- Data Fields inherited from Template
 $located_template = ''
 
- Static Public Attributes inherited from Entry_Template
static $slug
 
- Protected Attributes inherited from Entry_Template
 $filter_prefix = 'gravityview/template/entries'
 
 $plugin_template_directory = 'templates/entries/'
 
 $theme_template_directory = 'gravityview/entries/'
 

Detailed Description

If this file is called directly, abort.

The Legacy Entry Template class .

A back-compatibility layer for old templates to work.

Definition at line 14 of file class-gv-template-entry-legacy.php.

Member Function Documentation

◆ render()

render ( )

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