First-timer here, a little background: I'm a pretty seasoned builder using tons of modules, but not a developer. Want to start diving into PHP-coding, just not that far yet. Please keep that in mind if you'd be so kind to answer... For now, there's something I want done.
I use the Webforms-module to gather registrations for an event. One of the fields on the form is numerical and holds the amount of persons registering. Works great. Webform gives me a nice analysis in which the submitted values for this field are summed, so I can easily see how many people to expect.
Now I want to use this summed value somewhere else as well. For instance on a page that is accessible by non-authenticated users (as opposed to the Webforms results view, that contains all the personal data I do not want to be public). So I need either some token that I can use elsewhere on the site, or another way of programmatically incorporating that value in a block or a node. Did my share of searching and found a lot, but nothing useful.
I just learned from Klaus Harris' blog how to write a very basic module that can show a page. But how do I get this piece of data where I want it? I took a peek in the webform.report.inc-file that's part of the module, but was rather intimidated by what I saw there...
Is there some way to do this that I can handle without first graduating as a Drupal developer? Or is this too big a jump?