Support » Plugin: Content Blocks (Custom Post Widget) » [Plugin: Custom Post Widget] Conflict with Gravity Forms

  • Resolved cwulff

    (@cwulff)


    Conflict with Gravity Forms in the modal window on the post edit page.

    http://cl.ly/201C3x340H3r1z1e053Q

    Clicking the forms link opens the Gravity Forms header, but replaces the content with yours.

    From their support forum:

    This is a bug on their end. They copied our code to create their shortcode wizard and they didn’t change the ID of the window they open. They need to change the ID of the modal window they open. They hijack ours because they used the same ID that we use because they copied our code but didn’t completely customize it for their needs.

    I think they meant this as kindly as possible. 🙂

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/custom-post-widget/

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  • Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    (@vanderwijk)

    Thanks for letting me know! I will change this asap!

    Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    (@vanderwijk)

    This issue has been fixed. If you are experiencing this issue, please reinstall the plugin.

    I reinstalled the plugin and still have am experiencing this issue. Any ideas?

    Actually my issue might be a little different. When both Gravity Forms and Custom Post Widget plugins are activated, Gravity forms completely takes over the CPW plugin. The CPW custom post type disappears.

    Johan, has this issue been resolved? I am still having the problem on my site.

    Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    (@vanderwijk)

    @katart17 Please check if you are running the most recent version of the plugin. The function on line 3 of popup.php should be called function add_content_block_popup() and not function add_mce_popup().

    I have tested this on a WordPress installation with both the Custom Post Widget plugin and the Gravity Forms plugin (1.5.2.8) installed and could not replicate your issue.

    @johan thanks for the reply. After deactivated all plugins and turning them on one at a time, I noticed that the conflict is actually with the Easy Content Types plugin http://pippinsplugins.com/easy-content-types/.

    I will contact him to see if he can help with this and please let me know if you have any ideas.

    Thanks

    @johan

    I received a solution from Pippin to the conflict. He said I had to change the Menu Position number and that solved it.

    Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    (@vanderwijk)

    Excellent, I am glad this is solved now.

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