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Gravity Forms 1.7.5 compatiblity (5 posts)

  1. jkohlbach
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    Hi Zack,

    Looks like Gravity Forms have changed the layout of the individual form settings since this plugin was last updated.

    I can't seem to find where the RSS link/token is now located.

    Can you please advise?

    We're keen to use this plugin in a site that needs to launch soon, it's a great plugin if I can get it work with the latest Gravity Forms!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gravity-forms-rss/

  2. JeanPaulH
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Unfortunately it's also broken for me. Gravity Forms changed their backend layout, so the plugin doesn't work anymore. I tried to fix it myself, but unfortunately came short :-( Hope an update is in the works :-)

  3. jkohlbach
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    JeanPaulH,

    Try this, find the line:

    public static function add_form_option_js() {

    and replace it with:

    public static function add_form_option_js($settings, $form) {

    then at the end of that function you'll see:

    </script><?php
    	}

    Replace it with:

    </script><?php
    		return $settings;
    
    	}
  4. jkohlbach
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Sorry one more:

    Remove this line in that function as well:

    SortFields(); // Update the form object to include the new rssToken setting

  5. JeanPaulH
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Alas, no luck. The RSS functionality doesn't show up. Wouldn't we also need to change the jQuery append function? (I already tried to play with it, but my id/classes values don't seem right and I even went as fas to change the li to a div).

    $('#gform_settings_tab_2 .gforms_form_settings').append("<li id='gform_rss_li'><?php echo $tooltip; ?><small class='alignright'><a href='#'>Generate a New Token</a></small><label for='gform_rss_token' id='gform_rss_token_label' class='description' style='clear:left; display:block;'><?php _e("RSS Feed Token", "gravity-forms-rss") ?><input type='text' class='widefat' id='gform_rss_token' /></label>");

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