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Look at where that menu is configured to appear. The lower menu is "nav primary". Uncheck nav primary and you should be all fixed up!
December 10, 2015 at 2:28 pm in reply to: AgentPress Pro – link to dynamically populated Gform #173475
You're definitely barking up the right tree. I use the Gravity dynamic population capability frequently, and I agree - their explanation isn't the clearest.
Setup the Advanced Settings in your Property field per Carrie's instructions - let's say you set the parameter to "listing_name".
To build your link, simply append "?listing_name=The%20Name%20of%20Your%20Listing
There are 3 key parts here:
1) "?" - This initiates passing variables through the URL string
2) "listing_name" - this is the name of your parameter and MUST MATCH what you put into the Gravity Forms "Parameter Name" field.
3) "The Name of Your Listing" URL encoded (%20 represents a space)
If you wanted to pass multiple values to your form, simply add them to the string separated by an "&" like this:
1) "&" - separates variables passed through the URL string
2) "listing_address" - is the name of your parameter and MUST MATCH what you put into the Gravity Forms "Parameter Name" field.
3) "123 Any Street" URL encoded (%20 represents a space)
You can create these links manually on each listing (yuck) or work up a shortcode or other programmatic source to create the links on the fly.
I hope that helps! Don't hesitate to ask a follow-up if I've only confused you!
I think is actually a WordPress weakness. Per this post, widget content is not searched: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/widget-content-in-search-results
In looking through the advanced search plugins, none claim to be able to search widget content :/