I'm developing a web application that would need multiple users to use their data individually. Each user would only be able to see their own captured data in forms, views, etc. What would be the best practice to achieve this and working without problems? I can see three options: Each user is only allowed to enter and see their own data, but all of them working in only one WordPress/Formidable installation. I'm concerned that in some time the data would grow in an unconvenient way, for example that every user would reach hundreds or thousands of records and there would be, let's say, at least fifty users. I don't know how to anticipate if there would be problems with data handling, from storage to a possible mixing of records. The advantage of this method is obviously the easy way to update the application for all users. Each user is given their own WordPress/Formidable installation and no one cares about other users working in parallel, but I don't know how to manage anytime the application must be updated (imagine working on the code of every installation). What would you recommend?
I don't know if I'm missing something, but I would want to know if there is a way to add an entry to another form, but not leaving the one we are currently working on. I have a form that is dynamically pulling products from another one. Suddenly, I need to add one product (name, price, etc) to the other form, but I don't want to leave the current form, so I would want to, let's say, click a (+) sign besides the dynamic or lookup field and add the new product in a fancy way, then return to the form with the field, already filled with the new item. Is there already a way to do this? Thanks in advance.
I wonder if I can condition the value of some fields by dynamically watching other fields when filling the same form. I have one quantity field, for example: Quantity (Dropdown, values 1 to 25) Now when the user selects a value, two fields will appear next. Those fields, combined together, must not exceed the selected value of the Quantity field: Quantity: 21 Red items: 15 - Blue items (set automatically to 6) If you change the value of the Blue items (not exceeding 21, of course), the Red should increase or decrease according. It must be easy for the front-end user to do the selection (the Red would be initially set equal to Quantity). How can this be accomplished?
I would like to know if there is a recommended and safe way for visually placing an edit in-place link inside the container of the entry to edit. Not inside the container in the code, but in the View section that represents the entry to edit. This is because I want to show the link as an icon in the same listed entry, and not outside where it takes extra space. Thanks in advance.