Category / WordPress

  • Using merge tags in your own Gravity Forms add-ons is extraordinarily easy. There are two parts to the process: generating the merge tag drop down in JavaScript, and replacing the merge tags with their corresponding values in PHP. The first step couldn’t be simpler. Your text input or text area must have the CSS class “merge-tag-support”. Then it’s […]

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  • August 4, 2014

    Gravity Forms Snippets

    WordPress is a huge part of my job, and that means spending a lot of time with Gravity Forms. I will occasionally put together a snippet related to Gravity Forms that I think is worth sharing. I usually throw those up to Github Gist. I’ll collect them here as well. Gravity Forms doesn’t have field […]

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