I'd like to use WPUF Pro to create resumes as a custom post type with custom fields for each element of data (‘school'; ‘qualification'; ‘achievements' etc). Is there a way to display groups of fields from the front end form in separate tabs (by creating a template file for example) – or break up the form into several individual forms; but have each form identified with the same post. I'm trying to make the form as user-friendly as possible – its too cumbersome to scroll through a form that has tens of fields. I think I can handle displaying the custom post data once its created, I just need to know how to tackle displaying the form. I'm happy to customise the functionality of the plugin to achieve this, I'd just appreciate some guidance.
It's kinda difficult in this aspect as the form is displayed as an un-ordered list. So you can't split the forms, you could separate each blocks with section breaks. But it's hard to split a form that's built upon <ul and <li>. You may try gravity forms or formidable forms as they have paginated form support.
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