Front end query to SQL with results of the query generated so a website user can view them.
Like this old site has up and running:http://www.soundpolitics.com/voterlookup.html
Just an FYI: I’ve already spoke with and otherwise inquired with Zoho, Google Cloud Services, Amazon AWS services, Caspio, Knack, and a couple of others. As it turns out, they’re cookie cutter operations, and this isn’t really in their mold.
I also know that I can go with Azure, and a hosted Access database/Sharepoint…. but really, really don’t want to go that route.
I’d like to have this perfectly integrated with a particular WP site.
Calling all cars! Thank you in advance for your thoughts, suggestions, and recommendations.
I’m looking for a plugin that would allow me to take a .xlsx and .txt files, create a database, and create a page with searchable fields. The files I’ll be working with can be seen here: https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/vrdb-download-form.aspx
Its a free download, in .zip format.
I’d like to create a page on a particular WP site, that would allow visitors to be able to conduct searches for voters by address, and by name, based upon the information contained in the files provided for by the Secretary of State.
The state provides the following files to work with (title’s changed slightly):
Voter History Extra ct.txt
I’d rather not post the site here,however, could do so through private communications if necessary.
Any and all ideas would be greatly appreciated. I’m not a MS Access guy, and not a SQL guy either.
Thank you everybody!
I’m hoping to find a plugin or other manner of doing the following, via a WP site:
Have form to .pdf function, that would have preset sections, that would remain the same in every .pdf produced.
New customer goes to website and decides to order a service. They complete a form with their contact info, and perhaps a few other relevant pieces of information, and submit their payment.
Once payment has been submitted, a .pdf will be generated, that will include certain information from the form.
In this situation, I have a service that I offer that requires a formal letter. The content of the letter, is merely a couple of sentences. The only information obtained from the form that would need to be auto-generated to the .pdf, would be the name of the customers company, and the date of issuance of the letter (date of transaction).
So, in theory, I would have preset sections that would have the name of my company, and those sections would always remain the same.
I don’t care if the .pdf that is generated via the form info and transaction, is e-mailed automatically, or if there is a download link sent via e-mail, or produced on screen, or if it opens in a new browser window. The letter, would need to be sent to the customer, or available for immediate download by them, and I’ll need a copy of it myself, however, that may be achieved (e-mailed, file folder storage, etc.).
Question for the community: Does anybody know of a WP plugin that would allow for this, or other manner of achieving this? I have basic coding skills, however, I’m years out of practice, and behind the times to that regard. So, personal development is not a viable option for me.
I have gravity forms installed, however, can use any form builder as needed.
True. However, theirs is missing a few key elements. Additionally, its not a platform that can be used by all. Lastly, if you knew of a market where there was only one competitor, why would you not be interested in making a better or competing product?
Awesome. Thanks Sevens, duly noted!
That’s about it Chief. If there was such a directory WP theme, then it would cover most needs for directories, as the buyer’s could customize it according to their clients needs, without having to either build it from the ground up for each project.
On the note of #12, imagine if you added a new page which contains mainly text. It would be nice to be able to add a banner size ad space in the center of the page, and a several boxes on the right.
14.) Being visually appealing, is super important as well, of course.
13.) The same with the option of including the entire world. Yes, indeed. This would be a grand slam product.