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[resolved] Conflict with Gravity Forms (4 posts)

  1. mohamedhamad
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    It seems like there is a conflict with gravity forms and the landing pages plugin.
    when using the lp_conversion_area() method to display a gravity forms embed code with ajax set to true, it breaks the page.
    also the rendering of the forms is all messed up with fields in divs of other fields.
    i'm not able to actually use a gravity form with this plugin unless i code it directly in to the landing page with a do_shortcode()

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/landing-pages/

  2. David Wells
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 11 months ago #

    For the form formatting go into settings and turn off form standardization.

    We had a do_shortcode bug that was updated in the most recent version. Are you running latest landing pages? This will fix the lp_conversion_area rendering shortcodes.

    For the gforms and ajax, I will need to see the landing page to check it out. Can you post a link? We use ajax to store lead data and there is probably a conflict.

    We use gravity forms (non ajax) on our site.

  3. mohamedhamad
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    well it seems by turning off the form standardization, the broken js in the ajax="true" is not there anymore. i updated to the latest plugin version yesterday.

    I will test out some more now and see how things are going with js and validation and ajax

    btw, i'm creating new templates based on another one. but when ever i have to upgrade, i have to backup up my templates, upgrade and move the backups in the templates folder because they always get overridden.

    is there a better way to handle the placement of templates?

  4. David Wells
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 11 months ago #

    Any custom templates need to be uploaded in the /wp-content/uploads/uploads/landing-pages/templates folder.

    So if you upload the .zip in the templates section it will end up in the uploads folder and not be overwritten on plugin updates.

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