Using Hidden Fields with Gravity Forms

I was working with a client awhile back and was asked if it were possible to build an employee referral form that referred employees to the company. I had the following as some of the business logic for the task.

  • Employee needed to have their own URL.
  • Anyone going to the URL did not need to know that it was an employee that was referring them.
  • HR needed to keep record of each applicant
  • Form needed to work as expected

I was able to get this done very quickly with Gravity Forms and WordPress. I thought today I would show you all how to do it.

Getting Started

Right off the back, we need to have a WordPress site and Gravity Forms. If you don’t have Gravity Forms, I highly suggest you go buy it right now. It’s a great piece of software that I install in every WordPress site I build. I can’t recommend it enough.

About AJ Morris

AJ has a passion for being and staying productive while helping small businesses with their digital marketing and website needs. By day, he is the Product Innovation and Marketing Manager at iThemes, but at night is side hustling his way to helping solve challenges for small business owners.

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