Gravity Forms features
Gravity Forms is the Easiest Tool to Create Advanced Forms for Your WordPress-Powered Website You can build amazing Forms in just minutes with the help of Gravity Forms
Packed with tons of time-saving features. Gravity Forms is the only WordPress form tool you will ever need. Build and publish your WordPress forms in just minutes. No drudgery, just quick and easy form-building. Select your fields, configure your options and easily embed forms on your WordPress-powered site using the built-in tools.
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Integrations: The Gravity Forms Add-Ons
- It’s Easy to Integrate Gravity Forms with Several Popular Web Applications and Online Services
- Gravity Forms allows you to quickly and easily integrate with a variety of third-party services such as PayPal and provides for even deeper integration with WordPress through our collection of optional Add-Ons. Hot stuff!
- Gravity Forms is hands down the best contact form plugin for WordPress-powered websites. Oh yeah, we said it! Don’t just take our word for it, listen to what Gravity Forms users are saying.
- Easy To Use, Powerful Forms
- 30+ Ready to Use Form Fields
- Conditional Logic
- Email Notifications
- File Uploads
- Responsive Design
GRAVITY FORM ACTIVATION
- Input any text in License Field.
- Click “Next” on the license activation page.
- Checklist “I understand the risks” and click “Next”.
- Click “Next” again.
- Set Currency and Click “Next” again.
- Done. Gravity Forms plugin has been activated.
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What is new in Gravity Forms 2.5.1?
- – Added accessibility enhancements to the form editor to improve keyboard navigation.
- – Updated the form editor to notify users that resizing is not available when the legacy markup form setting is enabled.
- – Updated form editor to not allow resizing of fields when the legacy markup form setting is enabled.
- – Fixed an accessibility issue with the multi-file upload field.
- – Fixed an issue where the form description field doesn’t allow HTML tags.
- – Fixed an issue where the save and continue button is triggered when pressing return/enter.
- – Fixed a PHP notice that appears for the From Email for form notifications under certain circumstances.
- – Fixed a padding issue for suppressed WP notices in the admin area at smaller viewport sizes and refined notification vertical spacing.
- – Fixed an issue that causes single-line text inputs added to a legacy mode editor instance to have size medium applied.
- – Fixed an issue that can cause dragging or resizing in the form editor to break the layout and/or delete the field.
- – Fixed issue when using a custom tab index and the post image field with all meta fields enabled where the alt text and post image shared the same tab index. Credit: Jake Jackson (@jakejackson1).
- – Fixed an issue that causes radio and select fields to show invalid Conditional Logic options.
- – Fixed form editor layout issues present with Jetpack plugin on wordpress.com sites.
- – Fixed an issue that prevents certain add-ons from displaying Plugin Settings fields.
- – Fixed an issue that prevents non-admin users from accessing Form Settings when no add-ons are enabled.
- – Fixed an issue that causes certain fields to not trigger the settings tab to open in the form editor.
- – Fixed an issue that causes the page break end settings to not be visible in the form editor.
- – API: Fixed an issue with GFCommon::is_numeric() to allow non-currency-based numbers without a leading zero. Credit: The GravityView Team.
- – API: Fixed an issue that causes programmatically-created forms to break in the form editor.
- – AF: Updated the setup fee settings in the payment add-on framework so that the product field is disabled instead of hidden if setup fee isn’t checked.
- – AF: Fixed PHP notices that appear when editing a feed that has no associated form.