I purchased QuForm thinking that the ‘entries’ from a form posting were actual WP posts, with custom categories or such. Of course, they are not. They are stored in their own table and such.
Here’s what I was thinking of doing: I need a ‘Testimonials’ page in my site. Testimonials of course, are a standard WP post, with a special ‘type’. I wanted to use QuForm to create the ‘testimonial form’ for my users to post with. However, I would then need to manually ‘copy’ submitted form entries into real WP posts. Some products, such as Gravity Forms, allow the automagic copying of form enties into WP posts. Do you have any suggestion on how I might accomplish this same thing, with your product? I’ve seen the ‘copy entry to other database’ thing, but don’t think that can do it properly.