Support » Plugin: Ninja Forms - The Easy and Powerful Forms Builder » What keeps it in “DEPRECATED” mode?

  • Resolved programmin


    It seems on my local setup it’s stuck to “deprecated” mode and doesn’t behave like one on a live site. Adding new form doesn’t show the new form builder, but a widget-rearrange-type screen.

    In System Status I see this, deactivating plugins, deactivating and reactivating, removing all the test forms…

    ### Environment ###

    Home URL: http://localhost/wordpress
    Site URL: http://localhost/wordpress
    Ninja Forms Version: 3.0.33
    Ninja Forms Codebase: v2.9.x DEPRECATED
    WP Version: 4.7.5-alpha-40514
    WP Multisite Enabled: No
    Web Server Info: Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu)
    PHP Version:
    MySQL Version: 5.7.17
    PHP Locale: decimal_point: .thousands_sep: int_curr_symbol: currency_symbol: mon_decimal_point: mon_thousands_sep: positive_sign: negative_sign:
    WP Memory Limit: 40 MB
    WP Debug Mode: No
    WP Language: Default
    WP Max Upload Size: 64 MB
    PHP Post Max Size: 64 MB
    Max Input Nesting Level: 64
    PHP Time Limit: 300
    PHP Max Input Vars: 1000
    SUHOSIN Installed: No
    SMTP: localhost
    smtp_port: 25
    Default Timezone: Default timezone is UTC

    ### Plugins ###

    Installed Plugins: Ninja Forms by The WP Ninjas version 3.0.34

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  • Well to answer my own question… looks like there is an upgrade option in the settings 🙂

    Looks like the ids change on this upgrade? That could cause problems…

    Plugin Author krmoorhouse


    Hey programmin,

    No ids should be changed on upgrade. If that was the case, something didn’t process correctly.

    If your ids changed and disconnected your Form from its data somehow, you can roll back to the 2.9 codebase through the Ninja Forms settings menu.

    Forms->Settings->Advanced Settings->Rollback

    All 2.9 data should be restored to how it was. However, any changes made since upgrading to the 3.0 codebase will be lost.

    In cases where the upgrade doesn’t process correctly, we suggest rolling back and re-attempting the upgrade with all other plugins disabled and your theme set to a default, such as twentysixteen. If the upgrade is still unsuccessful, please submit a support ticket through our website, which will allow us to do more in-depth troubleshooting.

    Plugin Author krmoorhouse


    Marking done, due to no recent responses.

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