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Webdesign.com course question
Posted 19 July 2011 - 09:13 PM
I am interesting in this course: http://webdesign.com/premium-courses/beyond-gravity-forms-premium-training/ but do not really see a table of contents anywhere. Could someone give me more insight on the course to see exactly what I will learn?
Posted 21 July 2011 - 12:47 PM
Sorry for the late reply. There are no TOC's available for that course at the moment - from the info I see it's basically everything from the beginning of how Gravity Forms works, the setup and interface to designing and implenting complex forms with extra features. I'm guessing the class is dynamic and grows and changes as it goes along, which is why they haven't listed any fixedspecifics there.
What you can also do is get the free trial at http://university.webdesign.com/signup/?wlfrom=%2Fforum%2Fand then ask anyone there including previous users and students of what they think of it, the details of what it contains overall and how much they found it useful.
I hope that helps!
Posted 23 July 2011 - 01:37 PM