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  • Is this project still active?

    It was last updated on May 1st of this year so I would imagine it is definitely still active.

    Regarding your question – the easiest way to find out would be to install the plugin and use a gravity forms embed code in the editor window of the pop up.

    You can test it out by only showing to logged in users so that, if it doesn’t work, normal visitors won’t see anything broken.

    Thanks alexleonard.

    I was being facetious (perhaps unfair) because I thought it would have been a relatively easy question for the dev to answer, and should probably be on the FAQs judging by the impact of GF.

    Regardless, the answer is no it doesn’t work with Gravity Forms.

    If anybody else is looking for a Gravity Form popup solution, this works with the current WP version (3.5.2):

    Hey w1cky,

    Shame to hear GF doesn’t work in it. I’ve only tested it out for one site and that was using a hardcoded mailchimp subscribe form.

    Glad to see you found one that works ok with it though 🙂

    I’m surprised GF don’t have there own add-on for this. It seems obvious/straight forward and useful functionality.



    WPMU DEV Support Staff

    Hi @w1cky

    Can you post the embed code that GF give you? I’ll try it on my test site and see if I can figure out a way to do this.

    The Pop Up plugin uses the default wordpress visual editor, so anything that is possible with that should be possible with Pop Up, unfortunately that means that Pop Up also has the same limitations as the wordpress visual editor.

    Hey there.

    We haven’t heard from you in awhile, so I just wanted to check in to make sure all was good.

    This thread was marked resolved, but please, if you still need help then just respond and open it back up. We can then take it from there. 🙂

    Hope you have a fantastic day!

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