Gravity Forms v1.7.4 is now available via automatic update and the downloads page. This update resolves an issue with notifications that some users encountered after updating to Gravity Forms v1.7.
Gravity Forms v1.7.3 is now available via automatic update and the downloads page. This is a maintenance release that resolves several issues reported with the v1.7 feature release. As with all WordPress and plugin updates we suggest you update as soon as possible. You should always keep both WordPress and your plugins up to date.
Beta 2 of the Gravity Forms Survey Add-On v1.0 is now available via automatic update and the Add-On browser. This is a maintenance releases that patches bugs reported by beta testers and implements some additional refinements and hooks. Thank you to those who have helped us beta test and be sure to report any issues you encounter to our support team and we'll get them resolved in the next release.
Gravity Forms Quiz Add-On v1.1 is now available via automatic update and the Add-On browser. This is a maintenance release that introduces new hooks as well as a couple bug fixes.
Gravity Forms Polls Add-On v1.4 is now available via automatic update and the Add-On browser. This is a maintenance release that introduces new hooks as well as patches some minor bugs.
Gravity Forms v1.7.2 is now available via automatic update and the downloads page. This update resolves a CSS issue in the Form Preview interface related to the CSS minification workaround implemented in the prior release. Both Gravity Forms v1.7.1 and v1.7.2 are minor updates that would only impact users running plugins that minify CSS.
Gravity Forms v1.7.1 is now available via automatic update and the downloads page. This is a single fix release. It does not fix a bug in Gravity Forms. It implements a workaround to resolve a conflict caused by shortcomings in plugins that implement script and stylesheet minification such as W3 Total Cache, WP-Minify, etc.
In order to workaround the limitations of plugins that implement minification we had to change how we output CSS. These plugins choke on CSS when it implements @import statements which is commonly used to organize, manage and load CSS files. The end result is these plugins do not minify the Gravity Forms stylesheet and because they hijack the WordPress enqueue process the styles are never output on the page. The end result is the user thinks Gravity Forms is broken when in fact it is minification that is broken.
For now we have reverted to enqueuing each of the CSS files individually rather than using @import to load them from within the master stylesheet. We will be looking into ways to refine this going forward.
Forms, Polls, Quizzes and now Surveys! We are excited to introduce the Gravity Forms Survey Add-On. The Survey Add-On introduces a powerful new Survey Field to the Form Editor that allows you to instantly make any form capable of capturing survey data. The Survey Field introduces not one, but three new field types: Likert, Rating and Rank.
Gravity Forms v1.7 is now available via automatic update and the downloads page. This is a major feature release that introduces extensive changes to the Gravity Forms admin and completely overhauls Confirmation and Notification functionality.
Gravity Forms Quiz Add-On v1.0 has exited beta and is now available. The Quiz Add-On introduces a new Quiz Field to the Form Editor that allows you to easily create Quizzes just like any other form in Gravity Forms. The Quiz Add-On also features a Quiz Results display that allows you to quickly see an aggregate overview of Quiz Results.