/**
* Custom shortcode to display WPForms form entries.
*
* Basic usage: [wpforms_entries_table id=”FORMID”].
*
* Possible shortcode attributes:
* id (required) Form ID of which to show entries.
* user User ID, or “current” to default to current logged in user.
* fields Comma seperated list of form field IDs.
* number Number of entries to show, defaults to 30.
*
* @link https://wpforms.com/developers/how-to-display-form-entries/
*
* @param array $atts Shortcode attributes.
*
* @return string
*/
function wpf_entries_table( $atts ) {

// Pull ID shortcode attributes.
$atts = shortcode_atts(
[
‘id’ => ”,
‘user’ => ”,
‘fields’ => ”,
‘number’ => ”,
],
$atts
);

// Check for an ID attribute (required) and that WPForms is in fact
// installed and activated.
if ( empty( $atts[‘id’] ) || ! function_exists( ‘wpforms’ ) ) {
return;
}

// Get the form, from the ID provided in the shortcode.
$form = wpforms()->form->get( absint( $atts[‘id’] ) );

// If the form doesn’t exists, abort.
if ( empty( $form ) ) {
return;
}

// Pull and format the form data out of the form object.
$form_data = ! empty( $form->post_content ) ? wpforms_decode( $form->post_content ) : ”;

// Check to see if we are showing all allowed fields, or only specific ones.
$form_field_ids = ! empty( $atts[‘fields’] ) ? explode( ‘,’, str_replace( ‘ ‘, ”, $atts[‘fields’] ) ) : [];

// Setup the form fields.
if ( empty( $form_field_ids ) ) {
$form_fields = $form_data[‘fields’];
} else {
$form_fields = [];
foreach ( $form_field_ids as $field_id ) {
if ( isset( $form_data[‘fields’][ $field_id ] ) ) {
$form_fields[ $field_id ] = $form_data[‘fields’][ $field_id ];
}
}
}

if ( empty( $form_fields ) ) {
return;
}

// Here we define what the types of form fields we do NOT want to include,
// instead they should be ignored entirely.
$form_fields_disallow = apply_filters( ‘wpforms_frontend_entries_table_disallow’, [ ‘divider’, ‘html’, ‘pagebreak’, ‘captcha’ ] );

// Loop through all form fields and remove any field types not allowed.
foreach ( $form_fields as $field_id => $form_field ) {
if ( in_array( $form_field[‘type’], $form_fields_disallow, true ) ) {
unset( $form_fields[ $field_id ] );
}
}

$entries_args = [
‘form_id’ => absint( $atts[‘id’] ),
];

// Narrow entries by user if user_id shortcode attribute was used.
if ( ! empty( $atts[‘user’] ) ) {
if ( $atts[‘user’] === ‘current’ && is_user_logged_in() ) {
$entries_args[‘user_id’] = get_current_user_id();
} else {
$entries_args[‘user_id’] = absint( $atts[‘user’] );
}
}

// Number of entries to show. If empty, defaults to 30.
if ( ! empty( $atts[‘number’] ) ) {
$entries_args[‘number’] = absint( $atts[‘number’] );
}

// Get all entries for the form, according to arguments defined.
// There are many options available to query entries. To see more, check out
// the get_entries() function inside class-entry.php (https://a.cl.ly/bLuGnkGx).
$entries = wpforms()->entry->get_entries( $entries_args );

if ( empty( $entries ) ) {
return ‘

No entries found.

‘;
}

ob_start();

echo ‘

‘;

echo ‘

‘;

// Loop through the form data so we can output form field names in
// the table header.
foreach ( $form_fields as $form_field ) {

// Output the form field name/label.
echo ‘

‘;
}

echo ‘

‘;

echo ‘

‘;

// Now, loop through all the form entries.
foreach ( $entries as $entry ) {

echo ‘

‘;

// Entry field values are in JSON, so we need to decode.
$entry_fields = json_decode( $entry->fields, true );

foreach ( $form_fields as $form_field ) {

echo ‘

‘;
}

echo ‘

‘;
}

echo ‘

‘;

echo ‘

‘;
echo esc_html( sanitize_text_field( $form_field[‘label’] ) );
echo ‘
‘;

foreach ( $entry_fields as $entry_field ) {
if ( absint( $entry_field[‘id’] ) === absint( $form_field[‘id’] ) ) {
echo apply_filters( ‘wpforms_html_field_value’, wp_strip_all_tags( $entry_field[‘value’] ), $entry_field, $form_data, ‘entry-frontend-table’ );
break;
}
}

echo ‘

‘;

$output = ob_get_clean();

return $output;
}
add_shortcode( ‘wpforms_entries_table’, ‘wpf_entries_table’ );