Plugin to populate other fields on websites

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    john gronley


    I am trying to figure out a way to frame in a webpage where a Realtor can login, enter password and then enter some criteria and the website will pull sales comps, a summary page and other things to determine a properties price. The worst case scenario is to frame the page into their site and give short instructions with the login in and password for the potential seller to use. We would want to capture their email address and I was wondering if I can make the page password protected and allow the password to be any value BUT on the page have the seller enter their email address as the password…

    Does anyone know of a plugin where I can create a form using “formidable” for example and then take the values from this form and have them populate the webpage that calculates the property values? The best case scenario would be to have it then display the summary page or even email it to them.

    I know this is asking a lot from a plugin but any ideas?




    The website you are iFraming in… does it allow you to do any type of Single Sign On process? You link that site to the WordPress Log In. I am pretty good at process walk through so is this what you are trying to do?

    1. Using the iFrame – are they logging in to the website that’s been viewed via the iFrame or are they logging in to WordPress?

    2. Once they are logged in – where is the data populating – to the website being iFramed or to the WordPress database?

    3. Are you trying to get both systems talking to each other? Information going from WordPress to the iFramed website and vice versa, i.e., to return the value or results?

    This would take a great deal of work and coding to get that to work like this. You might try Gravity Forms to see if it can do it. But it really depends on the website being iFramed.

    I don’t think there is any one plugin that will provide you with what you want. That’s just my thoughts.



    I went a little further for IDX Single Sign On and found this called Spot On. Check this out to see if it offers anything close to what you are looking to achieve –


    john gronley

    Thanks Antiac;

    The site would be a WordPress site such as then I will frame in a site from a data provider such as REI. On the REI site they will have to login and enter a password, then the customer can type into some fields on the REI site and click “calculate” and the REI site will display a report which shows the sales comps for similar homes in the area, a map with pins for these comps and then show a high-low-medium value analysis for the subject property.

    Ideally I would like to create a form that will allow the customer to enter their name, phone, email address, and property address. Once this is entered they can hit “calculate” and maybe some plugin can take this data from the fields and enter the login and password, and property adress and hit the calculate button on the REI site. (sort of like a keyboard macro).

    If I can’t find a plugin like this my next best alternative is to frame the site in, and create a pop up that asks for the site address and email address of the client and then sends them the password and login for the REI site. So we would let them access the framed in REI site by themselves but in order to do the property analysis they will have to supply a valid email address or else they won’t get access to the REI site.

    The REI site is a good site for a Realtor’s website and gives the best comps for selling a home. Much better than Zillow or Yahoo.

    Thanks for your help.


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