Support » Plugin: WordPress Zero Spam » Gravity Forms 2.1.1 FAIL

  • Resolved plymouthdesign

    (@plymouthdesign)


    All forms on one site we manage just died with the vague warning “There was a problem processing your submission.”

    GF logging showed no issues.

    Deactivating this plugin solved the matter.

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  • I have the same problem. Had to deactivate WordPress Zero Spam to resolve gravity form “problem procession your submission”

    Now the spam is rolling in, any plan to fix this conflict?

    I would recommend enabling the “honeypot” feature in Gravity Forms – it is an option at the individual form level. This should solve the problem at least for form submissions.

    Ross Wintle

    (@magicroundabout)

    Just wanted to report that I’m also having this issue on WordPress 4.7 with Gravity Forms 2.1.1 and WordPress Zero Spam 3.0.4.

    Plugin Contributor Russell Aaron

    (@geekstreetwp)

    I am also having issues with 2.1.1 Gravity Forms. I’ve updated WordPress Zero Spam to the latest version. If you uncheck the GF support option, it works.

    My Site Info:

    • Host: WPEngine
    • PHP Version 5.5.9-1ubuntu4.20
    • MySQL Version 5.6.32
    • WordPress Version 4.7
    • Gravity Forms Version 2.1.1

    Page To Test.
    https://russellenvy.com/submit-band-name/

    Plugin Contributor Russell Aaron

    (@geekstreetwp)

    UPDATE: The issue is with (Line 24) on https://github.com/bmarshall511/wordpress-zero-spam/blob/master/src/js/zerospam.js.

    Line #24 src code:
    forms += ", #gform_2";

    When I viewed the page source of my form (Link above in the previous comment), My form is: #gform_1 or #gform_3

    I do not have a form with an ID of 2.

    In my development environment, I changed line 24 to:

    forms += ", #gform_1";

    Now, my form with an Id of 1 works.

    My other form, ID of 3, still breaks. I think you need to set this up to work with another gravity forms ID or set it to look for any ID. something like #gform_*. Or pass an array and hardcode it from #gform_1 to #gform_200

    Plugin Author bmarshall511

    (@bmarshall511)

    Thanks to @geekstreetwp, this should be fix in the latest version: https://github.com/bmarshall511/wordpress-zero-spam/pull/140

    Plugin Contributor Russell Aaron

    (@geekstreetwp)

    Happy To help. We install this on a lot of our maintainn.com client sites. it’s in our best interest to help the community!

    Ross Wintle

    (@magicroundabout)

    Just want to thank you guys for fixing this so quickly. I’d probably have been able to do it myself but circumstances prevented me. Great work!

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