May 21, 2019 at 6:14 pm #21467
I sell resume templates in a few market places and on my website. I have built the templates in Word and Photoshop. All can be made into PDFs.
Can this WP plugin turn my resume templates (in PDF format) into an online resume builder?
1 – A customer buys the template/membership in Woocommerce
2 – After checkout, they have access to the PDF builder form where they can input their details
3 – Then their info is populated to the resume template of their choice
4 – The completed PDF looks as it would (text inline/etc.) if exported from Word
5 – Would it be possible for a customer to input their details one time and then have their details applied to any of the resume templates (pdfs) they choose?
I hope this makes sense. I think that it will work but I not 100% sure after reading through the site an watching your videos.
Also, will the following plan work for me? I only have 40 templates at this time but will continue to build more.
∞ – SITES | ∞ – FORMS
Unlimited Online Use
All the Above
Thanks for your time, and have a great day!May 21, 2019 at 6:59 pm #21468
Yes, variations of this has been done by several users. If you protect the resume web forms behind a membership subscription, then you won’t need to integrate PRO2PDF directly with WooCommerce, which would cost more for a custom plugin.
You may need some guidance for best practices in setting up the templates and Formidable Views, and we’ll be happy to help. We can provide detailed instructions and/or login support. Let us know how we can help.
We also offer E2Pdf which is the newest and most amazing PDF plugin. The cost is a bit higher, but the plugin is nothing short of amazing. We will be updating the docs soon, but not included is the functionality to automatically create Formidable Forms based on an uploaded PDF form. We’ve tested the feature on forms with over 700 fields, it made the Formidable Form in about 5 seconds, give or take a blink of the eye.
While we are dedicated to maintaining both PRO2PDF and E2Pdf, we are not in control PDFtk, which is the heart of PRO2PDF, if PDFtk fails to be updated, supported, or compatible then there’s nothing we can do. The toolkit is old and their website reads “Now available for Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.”… so… yeah…
We remain at your service.