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[Closed] Populate to existing page/post

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Last updated by Caridad 8 years, 9 months ago.

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I have a site where people fill out a form and it creates a page. This page provides info on what my customer is looking for and they will want quotes. I want companies to be able to fill something out on that created page to make offers/quotes related to my customers provided info.

How can I make those offers/quotes appear in a list below the already created content?

I have purchased views and types and I'm loving it!


Dear Chris,

You are probably using a Content Template to display the customer page. So in that Content Template you include a View shortcode that lists offers/quotes below.

Please let me know if there is anything else that I can assist you with.



What's the trick to making it the form populate the existing page vs creating a new post.

Thank you!


Dear Chris,

Im not sure I understand. As I see it you would have a customer post type and a quotes post type. They have a parent/child relationship set. You have a form to populate customers and another form to populate quotes. Finally you would have a Content Template for each customer that includes a View of his quotes in it, just below customer the custom fields.

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Please let me know if there is anything else that I can assist you with.


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