Gravity Forms Ajax Submit – Version 1.4 Adds Ajax Support

The Gravity Forms plugin has recently updated to Version 1.4, and it adds a bunch of features. The one I am most excited about is Ajax submission – this means that the form no longer requires a page reload to display errors and to submit. This brings the plugin in line with Contact Form 7 and cFormsII in this functionality.

I was looking for how to enable the new Ajax submission feature on my forms, and had a moment of doubt. Here’s how: Continue reading “Gravity Forms Ajax Submit – Version 1.4 Adds Ajax Support”

Contact Form 7 Modules – A Plugin

Check out our Contact Form 7 Newsletter Plugin

Easily add Contact Form 7 form submissions to a newsletter list!  Check it out today.

Download the Contact Form 7 Modules plugin from WordPress.org

Add hidden fields to Contact Form 7

I love the Contact Form 7 plugin, and use it for many of my projects…but one thing it misses is the ability to add hidden fields. The Contact Form 7 Modules plugin adds hidden fields to Contact Form 7 in a way that will not break in future upgrades. It’s simple: install the plugin, then edit your form!

Add Every Form Field to Emails At Once

Contact Form 7 makes you copy and paste each of your form’s fields into the email message. This can take a while, and means that if you add a field in the future but forget to put it in your email, you won’t get sent that piece of information.

Now, with the All Fields Module (included in Contact Form 7 Modules plugin), you only need to add one tag to receive every submitted field: `[all-fields]`